Hotel Parco Torre Chia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
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... lessons in the Safari Bar. I learned how to dance the Tarantella-way too much fun. The show tonight is Italian themed and then off to Safari Bar for cocktails. I am quite liking these Cosmopolitans especially seeing they are included in my package just like the champagne any time of the day. Just as well my tours include a lot of walking and climbing of steps. The dancing helps too but I miss my Aldo. ...
... sure if Robyn wants to head back in to town tonight for dinner.
Getting up early and catching the 'Ryan Air' flight to Cagliari went very smoothly, it took about an hour and we landed after looking down on a patchwork of colors, green patches and rocky outcrops from pre historic volcanoes and extremely dry straw like paddocks. We had to wait for a while to pick up the new car rental , a Peugeot with not much guts according to Kevin.
We got maps ...
... invaders. They didn't work, as the Catalano-Aragonese took over the city in 1326 and threw out the Pisans who had only taken the place over in 1258. Anyway a climb up the steep wooden stairs is rewarded by expansive views across the city and the Gulfo Di Cagliari. Coming back down is a little unnerving as each flight of stairs ends inches from the edge. As we descended the hill we stopped for coffee and tea. We ordered a tea and a long black, which here ...
... out to be captured in type. The Germans are still first to the sun beds, as occasioned by the towels on a couple of sun beds this morning at 7.30 when everyone else was still at breakfast or hadn't even got up yet. You may say 'snooze you loose' but there be must enough sun loungers for nearly every passenger and the sun had not yet managed to reach the sun-deck. The English only want to talk about football ...
Today we went to the beautiful little city called Cagliari in Sardinia. When we wandered the streets mum, dad and I found a little crypt next to a church were they used to do pagan worship. We've seen as much under the cities as we have above. Then it was used in world war two as a bomb shelter.
As we wandered further, after the city walls gate, we found a neat bits and pieces shop where I found fabulous cat glasses (see picture). Unfortunately ...