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- TV Channel One Russia
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... home, different from other parts over this side of the world which is usually pebbles. We didn't have bathers with us, although Lee, BJ and I paddled in the Mediterranean. We picked up a couple of postcards to send to the grandkids, so Jeanette and I headed to the post office, 5 mins away. Meanwhile one hour later returned to pick up the boys and the boys had shot through without us. Five counters, only one that sold ...
A shuttle bus took us into town where a market was in place with more up-market stalls the street up to the square. We took a bus for 5€ return each to Mama Beach where we stopped in a restaurant having a caffe Freddo (cold coffee) needed it as it was around 30o today, the others put their feet into the Mediterranean Sea. Gail & I brought post cards for kids then tried to find a Postie took a bit of trouble to ...
An early departure from Trapini as 210 miles to go to our target on NE Sardinia. After all the winds we were pleasantly surprised at how calm the seas were. Dolphins out to play and all in all a pleasant trip but too much motor - we only managed to sail for about 5 hours at night which at ...
... and just watched the locals with their children in the square. This is what I've been looking for. Italians are such great family people; young and old were out having a good time.
On our way here today I noticed, not the first time, several men in the bars having beer at 9:30 AM with all their friends--beer or coffee. Most of them were having beer. They are very social people. The men are anyway. I'm sure the wives are ...
... re used to. No waves and no tidal movement, certainly none that's noticeable. The water is warm and crystal clear. I found myself surrounded by whiting and garfish - a whole new meaning to the well known phrase "swimming with the fishes"!!! The beach was well supported by a very organised crew of about 7-8 souvenir sellers. They seemed to have worked a synchronised rotation of beaded jewellery, sarongs, scarves, dresses, ...