S'anninnia

Address: Via Iglesias, 107, Gonnesa, Sardinia, 09010, Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on Via Iglesias, 107, Gonnesa.
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Travel Blogs from Gonnesa

Waiting in Windy City

A travel blog entry by pandb on Sep 20, 2014

4 comments, 14 photos

Peter writes …..
Well, the journey into the Med went reasonably well although we did travel a total of nearly 1200 miles to get to Gibraltar albeit that the direct line is about 950 miles. Our longest tack was about 230 miles!!! I have to thank John and Steve very much for their company and help along the way.
We have travelled several hundred miles into the Mediterranean now and are currently on the SW of ...

Transit day but here we are in Sardegna

A travel blog entry by vazzhobspainit on Jun 21, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... s room overlook the port and dad is keeping a keen eye on the fishing boats comings and goings. Of course pizza for tea last night, smiles all round, the meal was delicious, as the sun set the sky turn the most amazing blue I have ever seen. Loving using our Italian, great listening the boys use theirs. Not sure what we are doing today

but there is a fishing port and some ruins to explore and a beach close by to find.

Ciao ragazzi ...

A change of pace

A travel blog entry by hudsimo on May 14, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... and waited at the carousel for our luggage. And waited. I thought our luck had finally run out as our bags were supposed to have been sent to the connecting flight. But - no bags! There were still about 6 of us waiting and someone came to tell us that international arrival baggage is in another area. We were relieved to see our bags going around and around. A sign would have been helpful. An American guy was relieved because he ...

The Joys of Anchoring

A travel blog entry by ireneandchris on Aug 05, 2011

4 photos

Calasetta proved to be a very frustrating anchorage. When we first arrived I had snorkled out to have a look at the anchor to make sure it was well dug in and I was very surprised to see not only was it supposedly so well dug in it had disappeared into the mud completely along with at least 10 metres of chain. This looked great until the next day when we found ourselves slowly moving ...

Catching Up with Matador

A travel blog entry by ireneandchris on Aug 02, 2011

5 photos

... were outta there and off to Calasetta.

We promptly turned hard to port and kept going. It was a great days sail and a great catch up when Matador dropped anchor near us later that evening. We now have the dubious honor of being"matadored" that night as we caught up over a few.

We are now anchored in 3.5m of dark green water, again salt marshes, and in the company ...