Parco Blu Club Hotel Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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The rest of our time in Arbatax was pretty similar to the first two. Getting up first thing in the morning, going to breakfast then catching the bus to the spa where we would spend our day. Our evenings were all the same with showers after we got back from the spa/pools, dinner at the restaurant and sitting out by the main pool, listening to the music.
I did get taken back to that bank once more, this time bringing Brittany along with me. We ended up meeting ...
... the place.
We walked in and he spoke to the bank employee on my behalf because nobody there spoke English. He basically told the guy that it was a problem on my end, not his and that nothing was wrong. He did however end the conversation by saying there were 3,000 euros too many in that ATM though - so I knew it wasn't a problem on my end.
Disappointed, we went back to the resort and I got him to drop me off at the ...
... were just loose (like the boars) and you could pet others, like the donkeys. My favourite were definitely the boars and I got really excited every time we would leave the spa to walk back to our hotel to see if the boars were out. There were a couple of mama boars and a whole bunch of screeching baby boars that would chase her.
At the spa there were so many different amenities aside from typical spa services. There was a routine you could do in full ...
... given a tour upon arriving, showing us how to use the facilities. A room that gave us water massages, the salt room where we were to flop in the salt and coat ourselves like fish as the woman explained, a steam room, then the showers and 4 different hot tubs, then a relaxation/meditation room. The pool was wonderful with various massage components of weird jets and water pipes that they had. It was wonderful and we spent the rest of our day there.
... but "Gratsi"... were very welcoming, helpful and helped me be more decisive about my meal choices when I couldn't decide...aka they chose for me. In italy so far I've tried some interesting foods which include but not limited to: -
- Melon and Procuitto (yes what a weird combination but somehow works)
- Sebadas, which is a sardinian cheese pastry with various fillings. The one I had was citrous and honey
- Numerous pizzas, and I can eat ...