Hotel Villa Piras
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... We got excited about having lunch on a ferry, eating spaghetti and watching the sea getting blown into longer white crested waves. Now, it's five o'clock and to the north west I have seen Spain. It's nearly time to pack our bags and get ready to disembark. We will travel a short distance from the port to a hotel next to Barcelona Sants station. In the morning we catch the train south to ...
Thursday 13 August
After completing a
few more chores which included more laundry etc to empty the water tank of some pretty nasty tasting water, we headed north. Originanlly we were thinking of going south but as we have a bit of time, and do not want the last few weeks to feel like a delivery, we changed our
This passage was short of 8 hours but took us up to the isles ...
... the plains / agricultural belt. The (old) town, which used to be the capital of the region is very run down and I think visiting durin siesta hours didn't help. Very depressing.
We took the train back to Alghero which was most enjoyable – the single gauge track
followed a river stream and winded through a gorge.
In the evening had a wonderful meal in the town at a resturant recommended to us by the marina manager.
Wednesday 12 August
On the 7th of August we left at 8:15 am from Porto Torres.
On board the ferry we enjoyed the sea and its colours and the sight of a few sailboats, which look great in my pictures. The journey took 1 hour and 15 minutes and the ferry docked at Cala Reale. Here is where we met the first donkeys (they're very cute and used to people) and enjoyed a breathtaking ...
My flight from Dublin arrived in Alghero at 2 pm.
I went straight to the beach! I really missed the sun and the Sardinian sea!!!
I love my land and I love Alghero. Alghero is always Alghero, 'cause it has the beaches, and what beaches! And also, it has some movida at night, and nice shops, restaurant and bars...
Alghero has a soul that catches you, wherever you come ...