Hotel Vittorio Emanuele
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Hey there, sorry to have a gap in the virtual tourist ride. Yesterday, Sunday, we left Portoscuso and headed North on the Island to a fishing port called Alghero – not a small port by any standards – a mix of traditional fishing boats moared in with pleasure craft and charter boats. We traveled along the coast – steep coast for 46 kms from our lunch stop, Bosa Marina to ...
... the capital of Sardinia, with a quick stop at Spiaggia Quartu San Elena for some swimming, sand castle building, and gelato eating before heading into town (for more gelato!). We explored the historic city, shuffling the kids through the Castelo district, finding traces of every phase of the island’s history at every turn (First the Phoenicians, then the Spanish, the Romans, the Spanish again, etc. etc. ...
The best day wind and weather wise on our last day here. Enjoyed watching the fishermen whilst in the shower, M-L doing same from her breakfast in bed spot. We are looking forward to going back up to the old part of Castelsardo for another wander around, make a couple of purchases and Sunday lunch - how civilised. It is like stepping back in time in the old village. The craft of basket weaving is still done by the old italian women, ...
A road trip today, we saw a great postcard yesterday of the beach at Stintino, then Deb sent a message via viber to do the beach at Stintino, then Piera said we should do a day trip to the beach at Stintino so off we head. It is about one hour away so hop to it in the red rocket. It is at then end of a headland, the day is reasonable for the beach with sunshine and a ...
... Debra Hughes Welcome Folder - all 55 pages of it - another story for another time. A beaut spot under the shadows of the cathedral and castle walls overlooking the ocean and the very important landmark just offshore called Brown Island. Shared the area with a few others including ma and pa, 80 something's with an English accent, ma tall with trackie daggie shorts, how do I know and why is this important I hear you asking - well it goes like this. I decided to do a little exploring down ...