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Travel Blogs from Castiadas
... off the shrimp. After lunch, walked down 125 curved marble steps of the bastion back down to Cagliari where I did a little shopping for the Canasta ornament exchange. It's our last night in Italy. Always look forward to going home, but this time not looking forward to facing a sheet of ice. It was 61 degrees and sunny today. Hope we make it to DFW on time and not get stuck on a runway somewhere for several hours. Stay tuned and here's wishing us travel ...
We all have a sleepin and Rory very kindly has given me his cold and I don't feel a hundred percent and skip brekkie. We can have a relaxing day today but we have to get packed and bags sorted as we have an early start in the morning our last day:-( as we are visiting Montserrat and then an airport transfer and we need to be ready to go by ...
... first time since arriving in Sardinia that we heard English, but it's not really surprising considering it is the biggest city on the island.
The plan for tomorrow is a short flight to Milan, followed by a train ride to Trieste in northeastern Italy. Let's hope this train journey works out better than the last one.
As for Sardinia, it will definitely be missed. ...
... was the first real blue sky day though unfortunately and so we probably didn't see Sardinia's coastline at its most stunning and still we thought it was fabulous.
On the way we passed a single car accident with two policeman directing traffic around it. They're pretty scary as they hold sticks very much resembling large lollypops which they point at you - aggressively.
Our tour today took us through Usellus. Of course I had to mention this town! ...
Cagliari, Sardinia. The morning greeted us with bright sunshine and pleasant temperatures, which made our approach to Cagliari even more beautiful due to the weather we had encountered in previous days. We stood out on deck marvelling at this Sardinian capital and bustling port city whose monuments date back to Phoenician and Roman beginnings. As we are eager to explore this new port we hit the gangplank as soon as we had clearance to leave the ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center