Hotel Terme di Sardara
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... main square. Then it is all up hill to Il Castello the city's historic quarter inside the old walled citadel. We reached the 13th century cathedral of Santa Maria just before 9 am, so had a chance to wander round inside before the morning mass. Again I had to cover my knees to avoid god's blushes. However this being Easter there were some odd costumes being warn, of note were the four guys stood round a cross just to the left of the alter. They were wearing white ...
... to smuggle drink back on board the ship. Any alcohol brought on board will either be put in storage until your departure or you have to pay corkage. The Spanish, well they just never stop talking and also have no notion of an inside voice. The Australians are just loud, and I think they did take some pleasure in telling me they had won the cricket by showing a picture of their team holding the World Cup. ...
... t for sale.
The café we went to for lunch was originally used as a post office and still have the places that the horses would drink from at the back of the shop (see picture also). There was a crypt under the shop with bones in, but we couldn't see it because it's to dangerous getting down there.
On the way to the ship we bought some all natural and yummy Sardinian sweets made of almond which are locally grown. Everything was made from almond.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY SAMANTHA! Hope you have a wonderful day.
Of course thd day started with a few hundred steps up the hill to a huge market.
It sold every gype of food imaginable. Different types of snails. Little and big shell fish of various shapes. Large Sparda/sword fish to little green slimy ones.
Of course fruit and vegies, zucchini flowers in abundance.
Called into the odd roman ruin and finished the morning on graffiti ...
We walked one of the historic areas today.
Up lots of stairs to watch towers. The archeological museum, the local council palazzo! It was grandiose, mitcham would give an arm and a leg for such opulence.
Visited the mandatory churches, some with crypts. It stll amazes me the riches and ornate ness of these religious edifices.
Walked down to the port. ...