Hotel Le Dune
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... lessons in the Safari Bar. I learned how to dance the Tarantella-way too much fun. The show tonight is Italian themed and then off to Safari Bar for cocktails. I am quite liking these Cosmopolitans especially seeing they are included in my package just like the champagne any time of the day. Just as well my tours include a lot of walking and climbing of steps. The dancing helps too but I miss my Aldo. ...
... open slowly, thanks to the lady next door who phoned the guy up to let us in!
Inside though the grass was green, there were large old Palm trees and Eduardo introduced himself, a young guy who owned the place. We were shown to two rooms, the one we chose was airy, modern with shutters on the outside to keep out heat, aircon, white throughout and cool and airy with lots of space! I liked it but the shower was **** and Kevin hated the pillow and hard bed.
... For those of you not sure what baroque is just picture large amounts of sculptured marble and frescoes depicting saints, cherubs, angels and other religious imagery peering down at you from every angle. The modern touch is some two meter high head shots of the current Pope, Pope John Paul II and Mother Teresa. Continuing to the top of the hill we came to the second of the two Pisan towers still standing. These were built in the 14th century to defend the city gates ...
... to smuggle drink back on board the ship. Any alcohol brought on board will either be put in storage until your departure or you have to pay corkage. The Spanish, well they just never stop talking and also have no notion of an inside voice. The Australians are just loud, and I think they did take some pleasure in telling me they had won the cricket by showing a picture of their team holding the World Cup. ...
Today we went to the beautiful little city called Cagliari in Sardinia. When we wandered the streets mum, dad and I found a little crypt next to a church were they used to do pagan worship. We've seen as much under the cities as we have above. Then it was used in world war two as a bomb shelter.
As we wandered further, after the city walls gate, we found a neat bits and pieces shop where I found fabulous cat glasses (see picture). Unfortunately ...