Free wifi is available. It is perfectly placed for morning strolls along the promenade West, within walking distance of the tower of Hercules , several museums etc. There is free Wifi not fast but enough for me. Lovely comfortable hotel, room rate normally includes breakfast, which is incredible. Staff are attentive, everything is very Wi-fi is free and has a great reception. Maybe a 20 minute walk to Maria Pita but you can also use public transportation.
Very clean room and very friendly staff Traveler rating. Time of year. Traveler type. Selected filters. Milenamila77 wrote a review Jul Cagliari, Italy 13 contributions 9 helpful votes.
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Chance to win daily prizes. Get ready for Prime Day with the Amazon App. No purchase necessary. Each of them struggle with the demons of their past and what they must now do now to regain Astrea. As the group navigates a sea of viperous suitors and tries to aid the starving Astrean refugees in Sta'Crivero, brilliant writing conveys their internal fears that they will become what they loathed in their ruthless parents.
Does the end ever justify the mean? Or is empathy just a weakness that must be set aside for the greater good? There are twists and turns that had me cheering with excitement one minute and then shocked and despairing the next, but it is a ride worth taking.
We see Erik and his mother Hoa again, and new surprising details of their identity is revealed. Crescentia is back and her transformation makes her into an intriguing and frightening enemy. Soren's political and military genius is put to use as tries to makes restitution for his past and show his love and loyalty to Theo. I loved watching their relationship blossom in this book. Theo finds new allies and moves closer to retaking Astrea.
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I can't wait for the conclusion to this series! Good read, forward-thinking without it being overwhelming, but falls short of the 5 star potential that I think it has. I'm writing this review before book 3 is released, so I've only read books 1 and 2. This one is slower than the first but I think that's due to world-building and answering questions from the first book.
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Left off right where book one ended. I gave this book 4 out of 5 stars because it didn't grab me quite as well as the first and the plot was slow to start but it was still a good read. The writing is beautiful and the characters seemed to evolve more for the most part but maybe not quite to their full potential or were a bit contradictory, but who am I? Certainly not a literary author. Overall I enjoyed the series but it's not quite a 5 star in my opinion. Contains mild swearing but it was pretty scarce in case anyone is triggered or doesn't like the occasional, but rare, cursing.
The 2 books are very forward thinking and feminist without it being overwhelming, aside from what is discussed below in the spoilers, which is refreshing. I found that both books were written beautifully but were quite repetitive when it came to past events in the series. Yes, we know the Kaiser overthrew her land.
Yes, we know the Theyn killed her mother the queen, by the Kaiser's order of course. Yes, we know she witnessed it. Yes, we know she was forced to kill Ampelio possibly her father , by the Kaiser's order again.
Yes, we know Dragonsbane and Art have a strained relationship. Yes, we know she betrayed Cress and will never be forgiven.