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The café we went to for lunch was originally used as a post office and still have the places that the horses would drink from at the back of the shop (see picture also). There was a crypt under the shop with bones in, but we couldn't see it because it's to dangerous getting down there.
On the way to the ship we bought some all natural and yummy Sardinian sweets made of almond which are locally grown. Everything was made from almond.
... as clear as we have had, but very refreshing.
Then a short walk to see the flamingos on the ancient roman salt pans. (The romans used the salt for preserving their goods-very extensive).
Back on the bus and home for a siesta.
Thank god graham'had a calzone.
Ithought I might get a bite about the tea Mike!
Off to Spain /Salamanca tomorrow and catching up with Lorraine on Saturday.
Jeff and Ann
... tea. Jeff had his cake but I had cup of tea. It is really big here with lots of specialized tea houses.
African men arevery prominent as well as pakistani. There are quite a few alimentary that only sell middle eastern/asian products.
Went back to same restaurant as last night and had a special treat! Whole fish roe sacs that had been semi dried in ...
After our leisurely drive down Sardinia (with a couple of diversions) we arrived in Cagliari - bloody traffic.
We were dropped off by our fabulous traveling companions. We will miss them.
Great little B n B. Lots of help and information.
Strolled around old city. Got some fabulous gorgonzola cheese (tbought of you Mike). It was nearly runny and went well with the vermantino.
At night the restaurants fill every little nook and cranny with tables. We had them set up ...
... cheeses and meats and grilled vegetables. Jackson was happy to try the meat and cheese, while Abby stuck to the fresh bread. Next came the pastas—raviolis and culingionis. We had culingionis earlier in the trip, but these were by far the best—a pillowy hybrid of gnocchi and ravioili stuffed with fluffy cheese, potato and mint. Jackson said they were filled with fluffy white clouds. Even Abby ate them. They were my favorite part of the meal. Roasted ...