Il Melo Residence
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... view of the health system in Sardinia – no complaints – very well looked after. A course of antibiotics and some slow days will see her mended and ok to fly to Rome on Friday.
We have just returned to the cool after an explore of the walled old town and the arbitrary climb of the bell tower of the church – magnificent views, mum and dad happily waited in the cool of ...
... Rome, Cagliari was built on 7 hills. The oldest part of the city was built on one of these hills, resulting in stunning views, especially from Bastione San Remy, overlooking the city and harbor. We kept the kids trudging on in search of Torre dell’Elefante, which even elephant obsessed Abigail thought as boring! We had our first taste of traditional Sardinian food (amazing!) before we headed home to Tertenia.
... sky and water reflections went from yellows to reds to orange to burnt orange with different sky blues to contrast and engage, then various degrees of browns emerged as darkness took hold thus allowing the moon to participate in natures explosion of magical vision. One that will truly hold its own when sunsets are a topic of discussion. Not to mention the hundreds of photos that were taken. Just who has the best shot, really none will ...
... a head shade at a cost of 5 euros. We settled in for an afternoon of people watching and knocking back the African sand to sand salespeople, do you know the blokes go around selling what they call bikinis (really just a tiny bit of material) and the girls try them on right there and then! The water is too cold for most people but not for the Don and M-L but they are not in ...
... There is a reasonable climb from picnic level to old town and castle level, our estimation is 250 - 300 metres so we tried to imagine the enemies attempting to penetrate this fortress - almost impossible. There is an entire small village that still lives within the castle walls, they drive to parking areas and then walk the narrow lane ways, another world really. The art of basket weaving is still carried out, lots of old italian women plying their trade and selling. The streets ...