Hotel la Torre
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... are farms where families serve visitors traditional Sardinian food. We were sold. . . Visiting an Agriturisimo was added to our list of things to do while visiting the island. So, Saturday night, we ventured just south of Tertenia, up a steep dirt road to Agriturisimo Cirra for dinner.
We were immediately greeted by the wife and son of the family. The son Angelo was our server. Angelo is 16 and spoke the clearest English of anyone we have met ...
... excursions similar to the ones we did on the cruise ship. We also swam the most at the spa's pool because it was adults only, which was pretty nice.
Our hotel was more like a townhouse in a big white concrete row. All these cottages and townhouses like this reminded me of being in Greece and even the spa was decorated similarly. There are also these giant trees that have really pretty bright pink flowers on them that would fall off and onto the ground. ...
... I had left Brittany. She had gone ahead and got her massage and ever so sweetly changed mine to later that afternoon. I just got changed, did the routine and waited for her in the turkish bath hot tub.
Once Brittany got back from her massage she was as rubbery and relaxed as anything. We sat around in the hot tubs for a bit before we went outside where I laid in the sun and swam and she read Harry Potter in the shade. She was a nerd ...
... pick parts of in addition to the pool and lounging chairs. The routine included rooms with powerful water jets that bore down on you to "massage" you and after they shut off you were to go into a room that had a salt floor (like a giant sandbox). There you were to flop yourself in the salt like a fish and get completely coated in it. Next you went (covered in salt) to the steam room (which Brittany and I couldn't handle the first day but could the others) ...
... plan didn't start until supper that we could go eat breakfast because they knew we'd be hungry, which we appreciated.
We were delivered to our hotel room and just crashed and unfortunately for us, slept through breakfast. It was official that it had been 24 hours since our last meal, as on the ferry our supper had been a soda, chocolate bar and small bag of chips. Regardless, we slept for a few hours and felt less cranky. We got up and went to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed