Travel Blogs from Pula
... afford it......no one else bid so it was mine......I have no idea who the artist is.....but I can't wait to get home and see what it looks like again at the end of the trip.....that night I went back to the gallery, and saw another piece that caught my eye, reminded me of prague.....so after a few more champagnes...I purchased that one as well...now where to put them in the house.....hmm, that will be the next problem.
... first time since arriving in Sardinia that we heard English, but it's not really surprising considering it is the biggest city on the island.
The plan for tomorrow is a short flight to Milan, followed by a train ride to Trieste in northeastern Italy. Let's hope this train journey works out better than the last one.
As for Sardinia, it will definitely be missed. ...
... practised his English on us.
One thing we have found in Sardinia is that one of the first things they say when they have asked where we are from is: 'ah such a long way'. He was really helpful though and suggested a trattoria in another alley. We had actually tried it earlier at 8.30 when the sign said it opened, but it was still closed. Much like Spain, there seems to be a type of siesta thing happening here but there are no set rules as some places ...
... It was a pleasant although winding drive (can't get away from the mountains it seems) but also very quiet on the road. So it was nothing like Montenegro! The countryside so far seems to resemble a cross between Aus and Spain. In fact Porto Pinto itself reminds Paul of SA's Yorke Peninsula.
On the hills above the beach are the ruins of a fort from WWII which we weren't expecting to see. If you were in Spain there would ...
... we have a tour booked a couple of hours later we did not want to waste a minute of the time we had to explore this city. We made our way along the harbour front from the ship to the arcades of via Roma where cafe terraces offer excellent vantage points for watching the locals as well as the port traffic. Fine yachts and vessels inhabit the mariner adding to the view. You can weave your way along quirky little side streets between the via ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Sa Launedda Pula
Other places to stay in Pula
SS 195, Localita Is Molas, Pula | 4 star hotelfrom $125
Localita su Guventeddu SS 195, Pula | 4 star hotelfrom $236
- So pleased I read these reviews
- Excellent Experience
- A sunny September holiday
Viale Nora, Pula | 4 star hotelfrom $192
Localita Nora, Pula | 4 star hotelfrom $111
Corso Vittorio Emanuele 115, Pula | 3 star hotel$157 average
Viale Nora, s.n.c., Pula | Hotelfrom $178
Via A. Segni, 58, Pula | Hotelfrom $124
Via Nora 84, Pula | Hotelfrom $96