Smeraldo Hotel Cala Gonone
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... al ritorno.
Il percorso consigliatomi da Fancello č quello breve. Decido di prendere il tratto panoramico. La scelta mi premia. Il Supramonte domina tutto il tragitto e la sua vista č assolutamente fantastica. Incontro pochissime macchine e dopo una salita un po' duretta arrivo ad Orgosolo.
Sono qua per i murales ed effettivamente non c'č molto altro da vedere. Dalla cittą natale di Graziano Mesina mi aspettavo anche qualcos'altro, ma trovo ...
... then on to Greece. Special Note about Sardinia- we really enjoyed being able to walk safely around the cities and towns at night while in Sardinia. There is still very little crime here and you can walk anywhere at night without having to worry about being pick pocketed or mugged. The locals are very proud of this and also very worried that things will change. We hope they can keep things in check because it really makes it a special place to ...
On the Sunday morning we stayed around the beach and campsite.
We had a good swim there, then headed off northwards along the coast road passing the environs of Baunei which we were now familiar with.
We had a grand picnic on the scenic mountain road at the midpoint of two tunnels.
Then, on our way we went, returning to Cala Gonone to repeat our sleep in the car there, in exactly the same location.
... could only be speculation from the archeologists.
Inside the nuraghi was a deep well, and narrow curving walkways connecting the rooms.
We went high up on the nuraghi to see the views, one sight being a beautiful hill nearby on which were the ruins of a Spanish castle.
We had pizzetta at a round bar, while overlooking this hill, then carried on with our travels.
One garden vegetable plot that we passed had unusual and colourful scarecrows in it and I ...
... br> We lunched at the Golgo restaurant, by the campsite, on roast vegetables in watery juice with the peasant crispy bread,and afterwards sebada's with melted cheese inside and covered in honey. The waiters were nice and the children had a good play around, making a game with George where they held his arms while he ran around.
On our second outing there were more ...