Hotel Stella D'Oro
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... starting with the usual cold mixed seafood salad.
It was a lovely restaurant with good service.
Later on as we got back to our unit in Molentargius ,we saw pretty pink Flamingos all feeding on the salt marshes right next to us. We are next to the Saline and Molentargius Wetland Park, home to an exceptional variety of wild birds. There are biking tracks through and ...
... open slowly, thanks to the lady next door who phoned the guy up to let us in!
Inside though the grass was green, there were large old Palm trees and Eduardo introduced himself, a young guy who owned the place. We were shown to two rooms, the one we chose was airy, modern with shutters on the outside to keep out heat, aircon, white throughout and cool and airy with lots of space! I liked it but the shower was **** and Kevin hated the pillow and hard bed.
... I'm going to do some experimenting when we get home.
We went down for dinner at 8:00. I had the mussels, which were delicious, and Eldon had the prosciutto and melon balls, which were tasty too. Eldon then had the stuffed ravioli, delicious, and I had the risotto with seafood. Of course we only ate half of everything again. I then had a DELICIOUS beef fillet. ...
... day for each of us, but the breakfast alone costs 20 euro.
Once we got settled we went down to the bar and had a drink. It was happy hour and they had all kinds of tasty appetizers from the Sardinia area. Olives, cheeses, nuts, pizza, another type of stuffed cooked bread and deep fat fried mozzarella balls. There was also a really light crisp bread that Eldon loved.
We went down for dinner around 8:00. Since we ...
Today we have returned to Italy and reached Cagliari the capital of Sardinia. It is an odd little place with the old wall city perched on a hilltop overlooking the port to the south and the urban sprawl of the modern city crunched up against its walls on the other sides. The port authorities don't want you walking around the port so they provide a free shuttle bus to take you on a five minute ride to the port gates. From here you step across the road and straight ...