- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Multilingual staff
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... We then scouted out a few places to have dinner. We just wanted pizza this evening. We have been eating so much food, I can hardly wait to get home and get back on our eating and exercise schedule.
We walked back up the hill, got our suits on and went down to the pool. We just lazed for a couple of hours. It felt good.
We left ...
... Most of the town has cobble stone roads and paths.
The houses look more like apartment buildings with people hanging their washing on string between the windows. Most of these houses had wrought iron balconies and usually, you see a pot plant or 2 of geraniums. We found out when we were in Zurich that geraniums keep flies and other pests away …natural fly spray. A lot of the shops were narrow and not really big at all, these also had flower pots ...
We arrived in Cagliari a little late at 8am after a smooth crossing from Palermo. We had dinner on board with Terry and Cheryl. Cheryl has a good grasp of Italian and she put us straight on how to pronounce Cagliari. The ‘g’ is not really pronounced and you need to use the same sound as in
‘onion’, consequently, we have started substituting Onion for Cagliari whenever we say it.
Our hotel is not in town this time ...
... threatening the staff but they surprisingly managed to calm him down and we were able to take off. Nothing like a bit of early morning drama to start the day!!
I got woken up by an Italian male air hostess (who was incredibly charming might I add) who gave me a little smile and told me we had arrived - my gut already told me at that point I had made the right decision to go to Sardinia haha. (Im not a shallow hal, I swear)
... are farms where families serve visitors traditional Sardinian food. We were sold. . . Visiting an Agriturisimo was added to our list of things to do while visiting the island. So, Saturday night, we ventured just south of Tertenia, up a steep dirt road to Agriturisimo Cirra for dinner.
We were immediately greeted by the wife and son of the family. The son Angelo was our server. Angelo is 16 and spoke the clearest English of anyone we have met ...