Casa Debili

Via Cala Girgolu, San Teodoro, Sardinia, 08020, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Cala Girgolu, San Teodoro.
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    Travel Blogs from San Teodoro

    Shipboard Day

    A travel blog entry by leighellen on Jul 18, 2014

    ... relaxing massage. This gives you access to a special sun deck right off the spa for spa treatment customers only. We enjoyed the relaxing salt water jacuzzi as well as a rest in the deck chairs drinking cucumber water while looking out over the Mediterranen. Ahhhhh! We then sat by the pool for the afternoon and just relaxed ...

    The Spanish Flu comes to Sardinia

    A travel blog entry by vazzhobspainit on Jun 26, 2014

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    Here we are in Olbia in Sardinia, a seaside port town, with a magnificent old town center where our hotel is situated. Very comfortable living, fantastic accommodation, breakfast is held in the basement amongst the roman aqueduct ruins. Pop out onto the street take an Italian paced stroll along the cobblestones to find a place to eat – yummo. Yesterday we went for a tourist drive ...

    Day seven, on which...

    A travel blog entry by bzmot on May 28, 2014

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    1. I get my water start with the kite and start enjoying it...but they change up my instructor for a scary, hunky, grumpy German Swiss woman who won't take no for an answer! 2. I mail a postcard to a friend in France with just his name in the address field. Lets see if it gets there! Just ...

    Day six, on which...

    A travel blog entry by bzmot on May 27, 2014

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    Day six on which... 1. I take a full hour of kitesurfing course entirely in Italian with the crazy Andrea and... survive.. 2. I learnt that Sardinians say "ayó" when they mean "hi" and "eyà" when they mean "ok". But sometimes they use them interchangeably. And sometimes they both mean "I know" or "how are you?". It's a complicated island, Sardinia... 3. I got ...

    Day five, on which...

    A travel blog entry by bzmot on May 26, 2014

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    ... they send reinforcements. The copy of the key is in Rome but they can send it over in 2-3 days or break the window, for which I'll pay. Finally the clever roadside assistance guy uses a thieves' method to open the door. Hooray! He charges me €40, which is reasonable but then refuses to give change from €50. Italians.... (I make him, though) 8. I nearly hit a wild pig driving to the hotel at night. ...