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... marked sign off the main road to see a Nuraghe. The road became increasingly rocky as we made our way down a narrower and narrower road. About to give up (again!), Matt spotted what he thought was the top of a Nuraghe, so we parked our car on the side of the road and started the trek up the steep rocky hill I deemed nearly impossible for our little rental car. Our persistence paid off with a large Nuraghe! We were able to go inside and check out the small ...
... excursions similar to the ones we did on the cruise ship. We also swam the most at the spa's pool because it was adults only, which was pretty nice.
Our hotel was more like a townhouse in a big white concrete row. All these cottages and townhouses like this reminded me of being in Greece and even the spa was decorated similarly. There are also these giant trees that have really pretty bright pink flowers on them that would fall off and onto the ground. ...
... 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 ...
... terrible and we spent more time trying to find a connection than actually looking at the internet or talking to people.
Our last activity of the day before we hit the hay was a late night swim in the tropical pool across from our room. It was set up to look more like a beach and we thought for sure we would get kicked out, but we didn't. Eventually we went back to the room and crashed for the night - it's hard work being in the sun all day!
... our luggage and we loaded into a pretty new Mercedes van with two other women and drove to the port. When we arrived he told us exactly where to go and even parked and came in to show us exactly where our ship would be.
We waited in the main area of the ticket station for 4 hours before we were able to board the ship. I got caught up on my blog entires and Brittany read a lot of an e-book on her iPhone. There were definitely a lot of ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Poseidonia Arbatax
Arbatax is a small place and the hotel was located about half a mile from the beach but felt like it was out of town. We had a huge balcony overlooking a local nature reserve. The room standard was very good and the pizza restaurant within the hotel is thoroughly recommended too.
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