|Boat jobs done - time to hit the town|
|Exploring ancient tunnels in Cagliari|
Fortunately everything looked up once we headed up the hill towards the old fortified city area. Passing a very old looking church we decided to poke our heads in for a look and discovered a very impressive baroque interior. One of the parishioners took a shine to Karen and was soon providing a comprehensive history of the church . She then actually took Karen backstage so to speak into the sacristy behind the altar where an incredible collection of renaissance art was housed. Needless to say Karen was in her element.
|The Cafes carved into the limestone hill were fantastic|
We then had a great time wandering around the narrow, ancient streets and through the watchtower gates of the old fortifications. When we got near the top we found another fantastic underground café carved into the hillside and enjoyed a very nice bottle of wine before heading back down to the marina.
|Once out of the city Sardinia's roads are biker heaven|
|Calleforte was a great little marina|
|Walls and drop gates of the old fortified part of the city|
|On top of the walls of Cagliari|
|The Sardinian coast was one great view after another|
|Some of the locals up in the mountains|
|We really should of hired the bikes|
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