Hotel la Torre
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... our own table at the restaurant. Last time we had shared with the loveable Gwens. The menu is exactly the same as the other MSC ship which is disappointing. We thought all the ships would have their own menus. We decided not to go to the theatre tonight.
We had hoped for a quiet night but we were not fortunate. Both neighbour's were party animals! We set our clocks forward an hour.
Tomorrow we arrive in Katakolon ...
... on the island are cone shaped stone towers built by the Nuragic civilization somewhere between 1800bc to 500bc. We have driven past numerous Nuraghe in our travels, and a few times, followed a seemingly well marked sign to visit one, but given up when the road became too treacherous (Sardinian roads have definitely put my driving skills to the test!!!). Yesterday, we were determined to visit a Nuraghe! On our way home from the beach, we followed yet ...
... all over our patio area and it was so pretty. I definitely wish I could bring one of those trees home with me, but I don't even have to check to know that wouldn't be allowed.
We managed to book a shuttle directly through our resort that would take us to the Cagliari airport (about 2.5 hour drive) and from there we got a taxi from the taxi stand by the arrivals that took us to our hotel in Cagliari. It was by far the easiest transportation day we've had all trip.
... and has read 7 books so far, which is pretty impressive if you ask me.
That night when we got back to the hotel, the director and the front desk staff were there, wanting to know how it went and if my ATM issue had been resolved. I told them no and they quickly made some calls and arranged for me to go back the next day to meet the bank director. I wasn't holding my breath that it would be effective though.
Luckily that ...
... terrible and we spent more time trying to find a connection than actually looking at the internet or talking to people.
Our last activity of the day before we hit the hay was a late night swim in the tropical pool across from our room. It was set up to look more like a beach and we thought for sure we would get kicked out, but we didn't. Eventually we went back to the room and crashed for the night - it's hard work being in the sun all day!