Is Benas Country Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We have a flight tomorrow from Sardinia to Trapani in Sicily. We have to drop off the rental at 10.00 am then catch our flight on Ryan Air at 12.10 lunchtime. So we're staying at Eduardo's place at Molentargius again. When we arrived the Pink Flamingo's were there in the estuary again striding about eating shellfish, they don't like us up close trying to get a photo, they just take off flying! We asked Eduardo's advice for an ...
Today we got up and decided to just go into a smaller city nearby, Oristano, probably the third largest city here in Sardinia. GPS got us in not too far from the Tourist info centre which was a good start. We walked around the place all morning, very hot ,ended up sitting in tourist centre air con deciding what to do this afternoon! Well naturally we went to the beach to test out the Mediteranean. It was an extremely gusty and wind blown day, everyone at the beach had an ...
... just a short drive away called Peshiera Pontis. We went along and weren't disappointed. We just happened to rock up at 8 pm when it opened! People were already waiting outside while the waiter/owner finished his smoke. He took our booking down and opened the doors.
On every booked table sat our starters :a salad of local octopus,mullet, celery and olives in a lemon olive oil. A chilled grilled whole mullet, another platter of cold boned fillets of mullet soused ...
... and paid only a few euros to walk around it all. Interesting pictures from back in time were painted on the chapel walls. Kevin took a good photo of how the human body breaks down and decays...you'll see it !!
We got back on a very twisty and winding road again with Kevin doing his best rally driving and me doing my best not to chuck, until we finally found our accomodation at Alghero. The place ...
... on a mountaintop overlooking the valley and the mountains. We were at Monte Ortobene.
The information center also told us about a Nuraghe village we should stop and see since it was on our way to our next home. It was called the Nuraghe Losa. Several areas of this village were very easily seen. So many times the excavations are so incomplete you have to use your imagination. These are Nuraghi ...