Hotel la Baja
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel la Baja Santa Caterina di Pittinuri
Travel Blogs from Santa Caterina di Pittinuri
... place for dinner. We wanted to try porceddu which is suckling pig spit-roasted over a bed of glowing embers. He told us of a restaurant in the city called Su Cumbidu. We drove into the city again and managed to get a park with a bit of walking to do. We put our selves in the hands of the waiter and ended up with dishes that were all cultural : a bowl of local olives, a salad of eggplant,cabbage,carrot mushrooms, some sheep ...
... special folding bits hanging from them which were buried in the sand to stop them blowing away! Never seen that in NZ. I walked down to the water , a very pebbly and granite and quartz beach , a bit ******* the feet! The water was nice , just the right temperature and so clear and that amazing blue. After that we drove home to some Prosecco and my turn to cook dinner. We had the best grilled Mediteranean vegetable dish known to the Med. picture should be there! From Robyn in ...
... with olive oil. Next out came some small fish cakes, some crumbed and butterflied mullet as well as a hot grilled fish which we pulled apart with our forks! What a feast , we were so full and then he bought out Tiramisu to finish. It included our wine also which was a Vermentino and the whole dinner and wine costâ‚¬54.
So good to have local knowledge about these places otherwise you're just flying blind, really good experience!
From Robyn in ...
... home. Don't know what we'd do without that as we both aren't great with direction.
Too much driving each day is leaving me destroyed and Kevin seems to be handling the dangerous driving of other motorists really well!!! But I reckon it's all an accident waiting to happen so I'm a second pair of eyes squawking and yelping when I'm really worried!!! Off to bed really tired!
From Robyn in ...
... back to the 14th and 13th century B.C. It looked to have housed many people who were protected by a couple of major batteries. Almost nothing is known about the Nuragic people, but they left some very interesting remains.
It's like I've said to Eldon, this life we live, is but a blink of an eye in history. He had to outdo me and say more like a nanosecond. It's so true. There has been so much happen in ...