Hotel Villa delle Rose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villa delle Rose Oristano
Travel Blogs from Oristano
... and lovely white sand. It was picturesque until dark clouds rolled over with lightening and thunder and rain. Everyone started packing up and running for the cover of the restaurants, cafes and bars. It was a cool scene viewing it all from our table!!
We headed back into Bosa and headed up the castello or the old historic part of the town to see the castle which was easy cos we could drive up most of ...
... roads and beautiful countryside the other interesting thing was that we had to wait on a herd of goats using our country lane.
We did however find an ancient dolmen, a burial den. It was signposted so we walked out to see it. We've seen many dolmen in England, Ireland and Scotland so I wasn't too excited about seeing this one. But, this was different. There were several large stones laid vertically ...
... port. Passengers transfer to shore via ship's tender.
Our Day on Sardinia Island (Alghero)
Another early start and with no real idea what we are going to do for the day as we leave the ship at around 8:15am on the Tender (Alghero being a port too small for the ship to dock). We started talking to an American couple on the tender who had done some research on this port and were going to do a Boat Tour independent of Princess Tours, It sounded good so ...
We arrived in Cagliari a little late at 8am after a smooth crossing from Palermo. We had dinner on board with Terry and Cheryl. Cheryl has a good grasp of Italian and she put us straight on how to pronounce Cagliari. The ‘g’ is not really pronounced and you need to use the same sound as in
‘onion’, consequently, we have started substituting Onion for Cagliari whenever we say it.
Our hotel is not in town this time ...
... story of my life). Conversation went on and on and on, turns out he was a lovely old man, my first guardian angel of this trip. He took me under is wing as he was going the same direction as me and we spoke for a least another hour about our families and life, until we parted. What I loved about this conversation was that he was the first Italian man I spoke to and just from a short period of time conversing, I could see how passionate he was ...