Hotel Su Nuraxi
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... each other in a circle with a very large stone slab placed on top. The remains of the body or bodies would be inside. In other countries we would see just two vertical stones, maybe four feet apart with one stone over the top.
We stopped in the town of Nuoro for lunch goods and went to the information center to see where there was a nice place to picnic. We drove a good 20 minutes longer but found a ...
... cave was so beautiful with Chrystal clear water, I’d like that in my back yard. It was discovered by fishermen many years ago, it was also used during the war by the Germans to store U-boats. We explored for 45 minutes before heading back to the Boat. Another 45 minutes in rough seas back to the Port going past the Emerald Princess both ways, I was thinking on the way back wouldn’t it be nice if it could just drop us off at the ship…..
... tea was you.
Next was a walk around this new town. First stop was a church. This one was quite modest by Italian standards and seemed to be a 'working' church with people praying as opposed to the more elaborate Cathedral next door which was visited by tourists snapping photos. Oristano was surrounded by defensive walls built in the 13th century but only a small part of them is still visible.
Once again, this town was spotless and well maintained. ...
... purely from the photos (I later did my research, don't worry, im not that shallow). I had a 40 minute Skype session with the Director of the school. It went very well - I knew at that point he would offer me the job (not to be big headed). 2 days later I had a job offer. 2 more days later I accepted. 2 months later I moved. It was that simple - I thought of it, I attracted it, I got it.
04th January 2015
I sat on the ...
Agriturisimos . . .Before we left for our trip, when I would tell people that we were coming to Sardinia, people generally responded in one of two ways: Where? OR Have you seen the Anthony Bourdain Sardinia episode?!? We had not seen that episode, so of course we quickly found it on Netflix and watched to see what Anthony Bourdain had to tell us about Sardinia. Turns out his wife his Sardinian, and they spent the episode visiting one Agriturisimo after ...