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... the contents of the bird's stomach. This convinced the Saracens that the castle had longterm food supplies so they abandoned the siege and retreated from the Sardinian coast. Thus, Castello della fava. By the time we explored the village and the church at its base it was about 12.30 and the lady on the gate had to call someone and make sure we could go up as it closed for lunch at 1pm. They granted us 15 minutes and we raced up the ...
... every meal with cheese and or fruit. And then of course, coffee.
- Breakfasts on the balcony - cappuccino, juice, cake, biscuits, cornetti (chocolate croissants, not ice cream).
... lunch and to see if the kids missed us. Saw 2 small turtles walking about in the front of someones yard which was sweet.
An afternoon spa then relaxing ready for our 5 course dinner. Kids rushed through dinner as keen to get back to their social life. Gave them until 10.45pm to come home as us old parents are tired. Al and I headed to theatre to watch Pirates show which was really good.
... our old fencing master being from Corsica and always saying it was France but wasn't French or something like that so we remembered to take our passports.Ride to the city was easy and when we got there, followed the signs to the port which went through a tunnel and then bam, you're there and we weren't taking the car so had to turn around and drive the car back through the tunnel to a parking lot. No signs so hope the car ...
... baths, roads, houses an shops are all here.
Dominating the site is a Nuragic tower. These are everywhere along the Sardinian coast are the monumental symbols of the island. These nuraghe are supposedly a mystery as to their function and the origins of the people who built them. There are 7000 of these towers still visible some as high as 20metres.