Travel Blogs from Costa Rei
... navigating we found the coast road twisty and gnarly with baron dry scrub and rocky landscapes.
We followed it down to Villisemus which was once a fishing village but now a marina with restaurants and sun bathing beaches, great places to swim and the water aqua blue and crystal clear. We chose a restaurant that overlooked the cape and marina, Kevin had swordfish and I had fresh ...
From Kevin via email...
Landed Cagliari in Sardinia.
Already got parking ticket.
Driving here is intense.
You have to watch everyone.
Robyn stressed in drivers seat.
Italians slighty more erratic than french.
Arrived at accommodation with kitchenette.
Booked thru booking.com.
Keyed in address on sat nav.
Only gave us street so spent an hour asking and looking.
Nice place with self closing Doors.
Flamingos in lake next ...
... to our room for our lunch and bottle of wine. Needless to say, after the sun and wine we both took a nice long nap.
We went back down to the bar at about 6:30 for a before-dinner drink and enjoyed their happy hour again. This time they had deep fat fried olives in a really nice crust. I wish I knew how they fried these things in a crust that didn't fall off when ...
... Punto) and were on our way to the hotel by 5:30. We drove through really windy and windy roads. Yes, the roads were really curvy. The wind was horrific. It was kind of frightening to drive in the conditions. Hopefully tomorrow the winds will die down so we can enjoy the beach.
We arrived at our hotel at 6:20. It's a lovely resort right on the water. We opted to do half board which includes breakfast and dinner. It was 40 ...
... For those of you not sure what baroque is just picture large amounts of sculptured marble and frescoes depicting saints, cherubs, angels and other religious imagery peering down at you from every angle. The modern touch is some two meter high head shots of the current Pope, Pope John Paul II and Mother Teresa. Continuing to the top of the hill we came to the second of the two Pisan towers still standing. These were built in the 14th century to defend the city gates ...