Just got back from a long weekend in Sardinia. Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary's contempt for his customers has obviously filtered down to his cabin crew, who spent half of each trip screeching out adverts for junk such as lottery tickets. But otherwise we had a great time, with blazing sunshine to light up the spectacular coastline.
The food and wine were brilliant as always in Italy, especially the local gnocchi and ravioli. Alghero was a pretty if quiet fishing town; Bosa's maze of medieval streets were fun to wander around; and Cagliari had plenty of shops and nightlife to make the drive down worthwhile. Definitely a good antidote to London's winter weather.