Costa Ruja Residence
Travel Blogs from Olbia
... us all soaking wet!
The next day we set off for Maddalena Archipelago, a Unesco World Heritage site consisting of 7 islands on the north coast of Sardinia. We wanted to spend more than a day there, so we locked up our villa in Tertenia and booked an apartment for 2 nights in the town of La Maddalena, on the island of the same name. Yet another driving adventure, we traveled 4 hours north through a string of quaint ...
... had clams or mussels everyday and am yet to be sick of them. Town is lovely and safe so the boys are able to go exploring on their own and find the best gelati they can. Boys are having a pre dinner drink and a game of cards and Mum and I now have extra shoes to pack in our bags after a little "shopping". Time to spunk up for dinner – off to Cagliari in the morning.
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 ...
... cosy restaurant in Santa Teresa Gallura and find the men's room window opening directly onto the dining room. And wide open. The dining room was full of noisy French tourists so I was half tempted to leave it open. But I didn't :) 7. I remove the last one of the ECG suction cups from the hospital - neatly stuck to my back (must have been hilarious to people on the beach ;) ...
... 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. ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed