I'm not sure if it's the Alghero sense of humour, but if you or your friends feel the need to use the toilet in bars or restaurants allow plenty of time....The flush button can be hidden in the most unlikely of places. It became quite a topic of conversation in our party. "It was on a peddle a bit like a Singer sewing machine"..."I didn't find it at all"...or you fall at the first hurdle, you walk in, lights off, nuclear powered self-closing door. Blackness. Some places are generous enough to mount the swich at chest height, others are more imaginative, and after a search of the far wall, you're illuminated once again. I particularly liked the decorative hot and cold taps.
Alghero's a great place.
We found everyone so friendly. One day we were walking along a road and a car pulled up offering a lift, the 2 guys didnt speak much enlish but we jumped in anyway. Instead of stopping at the beach we wanted to stop at , they took us to their house where all the neighbours turned up and gave us loads of food and wine, as only the Italians know how, a true Sardinian experience, loved it!