Residenza Rio Molas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... very serene. Will send photos when back in Cag.
Headed out about 4ish to the old part of town ,up to the Bastions of St. Remy, where we took a dodgy lift way up high at the top of the cliff to get to it! Was happy to leave that lift behind and explore the old unchanged and narrow cobbled streets. We discovered a Cathedral and hiked up a bit further to old remnants of a ...
... out from exhaustion then later we drove into the city to find some dinner. God another hell raising experience on the roads and took us ages to the point of frustration to find a bloody car park. Finally got one and walked a bit to the Via Roma area till we found some nice seafood and a spaghetti with clams and Bottarga. Thanks to the waitress for being patient with us over our choices.
Our entree was a selection of octopus, fish like a herring and tuna in a tomato and ...
... NEVER had a good piece of beef in all of Europe. I was afraid to order it but knew I wouldn't go hungry if I didn't like it. Eldon had the fish again. He finished his meal with a stuffed fried pancake of sorts with ricotta cheese and honey drizzled over it. I had my usual, gelato and finished all of it. Oh, Eldon also ordered a nice bottle of red wine (cannonau grape) for ...
We left our hotel at 11:00 for a short drive to the airport for our 3:40 flight to Sardinia. By the time Eldon got the car parked and checked back in it was 12:00. I was truly hoping the airport had Wi-Fi, but it didn't, so I suffered for several hours before boarding our flight. We shared a sandwich and a diet coke waiting for our flight.
We left on time for Sardinia and arrived about 20 minutes early. We got our rental ...
... invaders. They didn't work, as the Catalano-Aragonese took over the city in 1326 and threw out the Pisans who had only taken the place over in 1258. Anyway a climb up the steep wooden stairs is rewarded by expansive views across the city and the Gulfo Di Cagliari. Coming back down is a little unnerving as each flight of stairs ends inches from the edge. As we descended the hill we stopped for coffee and tea. We ordered a tea and a long black, which here ...