Hotel Ristorante Pizzeria Is Ortixeddus
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... found, build in the 12th century ....church of Santa Maria.....then we found this look out tower over the whole town.....was a few floors up...and was windy as hell and the stairs and platforms were all made of wood which freaked me out a bit....one Italian lady saw how concerned I was going down the wooden steps and said to me in broken English ' don't worry be happy'.....I was much happier when on solid ground I can ...
... 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. ...
Last night we stopped in Nuoro, not the most interesting or exciting of places but it worked out well itinerary-wise.
It's a town a bit smaller than Bundaberg with around 35,000 people and only one taxi. Luckily we don't mind taking off on foot when we have stopped for the night. Wherever we have been we have also been used to seeing 'ristorante pizzeria' signs absolutely everywhere. And usually when we only wanted a cafe to get a coffee or a cold drink. In fact, ...
... we will definitely visit again one day. Time for a large Gin and Tonic and some wit gathering before the Seabourn club members cocktail party and Chef's Tasting Menu dinner. Always delicious and probably best I don't bore you with the delicacies on offer this evening. Tomorrow is a sea day and the sea will hopefully remain calm. I have no intention of going to the gym but lazing about reading, eating and relaxing ready for our next port of call, ...
Day 47 supposed to be Livorno, but go to Sardinia Despite some early rain, when we disembark this morning the sun is shining brightly and we head on into Sardinia. It is a short stop today and we don't intend to head too far afield. We content ourselves with a wander around the town and a look at the views. The shops are very touristy and reasonably expensive, although some of the people we have met on the boat are having a ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting