Travel Blogs from Pula
I don't remember when I developed an interest in visiting Sardinia. I have always been drawn to odd, obscure, out of the way places. My first trip abroad was in 1971 to British Honduras, now Belize, on the Central American Caribbean coast tucked in between Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras. It was an English-speaking colony of former African slaves who had been transported to the Caribbean coast to cut hardwood trees for British ships. "If the world had ...
Our last sea day today has been spent with finalizing our excursions for our last few ports of call, competing in my last slot tournament at the casino (and no, yesterday's luck is just that...yesterday's luck), and the last jackpot bingo of the cruise...and no to that as well. Another formal night, one of the last, so as requested...a photo of us in our "not so fine"-ery. It's now time to start thinking about such things as packing ...
... and such a beautiful view.
We passed by Buggerru (included here only for its name) driving down narrow back streets narrowly missing someone's washing set up on a portable line. The washing can't smell very fresh by the end of the day. Unlike me, they are not likely to enjoy the smell of sheets dried in the sun.
The historic sign 'Tempio di Antas' meant a quick stop at this historic site where they have found tombs from 8BC ...
... beach, amongst small cliffs/huge rocks.
- Teaching about 15 Sardinians how to play kings cup!
... I was angry at that. Our GPS at home tells us to make a U-turn when we have fouled up our directions. It certainly never takes me 3 or 5 miles out-of-the-way unless I'm on a highway with no exits. On this street, I could have done a U-turn at any time. The only good thing was we saw some nice fields but it was raining so couldn't stop and get a photo of the bridge over the fields. passed the fountain and overgrown ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking