Albergo Santa Caterina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... into the cathedral. Only cost 2 euros each and that gave us entry to the Cathedral and the Museum. There were also other options, but this seemed the easiest to start with. While we were waiting in line, a number of female tourists were turned away from the cathedral line because of their inappropriate dress. They are pretty strict at the door - no short shorts, dresses have to be only two fingers above the knee, no shoulders showing. It was all pretty funny - and ...
... about where on the lake was a good place to stay.
We all boarded a ferry. There are a few choices you can make at this stage, the ferries go in different loops, some up and down the lake, some in a big circle, some trips go for hours, some just take you past large Villa's and some people just want a ferry to take them to the other side of the lake. We decided on a round trip - only a couple of hours on the water, a bit of sight-seeing, a couple of famous Villa's, just soak ...
Stopped at St Lucia airfield, a lovely private grass airstrip, for fuel and to have a new set of brushes fitted to the propellor pitch control, by Luigi, the aero maintenance engineer on site. The job turned into a bigger one as the pitch control motor had actually died, so he arranged spare parts and we are fitting up together, but with afternoon weather building, this ...
Our last morning in Sardinia was spent on another wander down to the harbour. It obviously deals with a lot of traffic. The size of the cruise ship which arrived overnight dwarfed the car ferries which go to Tasmania. And the ferries here are 1 to 1/2 times the size of the Tasmanian ferries.
We also saw up close a 70 footer catamaran making a certain person very envious.
Packing up we headed to Poetto Beach, about 5 km from the centre of Cagliari. It was interesting to ...
... descent through the clouds, we were faced with a grey and wet Milan airport. This reporter had mixed feelings about this. Having spent most of the time before we left nz worrying about the level of the water tank in an increasingly dry Hamilton, I was actually pleased to see decent rain! La Scala La Scala, home of opera. Puccini, Rossini, Verdi. The Liszt is endless. (Thank you. Try the veal. I'm here all week). And speaking of Liszt, ...