Hotel Grillo

Via Monsignor Melas 14, Nuoro, Sardinia, 08100, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Monsignor Melas 14, Nuoro, is near Monte Ortobene, Nuoro Museum of Popular Life and Traditions, and Gennargentu Mountains.
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Travel Blogs from Nuoro

Day ten, on which...

A travel blog entry by bzmot on Jun 01, 2014

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... before. The view from the castle hill is priceless. 3. I tour a stretch of the wild, virtually deserted west coast from Bosa to Alghero. Wow! 4. I check into my old B&B in Alghero where Anna Maria is happy to see me again and I eat my last pizza in bed (takeaway), too tired to even go ...

Day nine, on which...

A travel blog entry by bzmot on May 30, 2014

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... I am in a terrible shape and must start running again soon. 4. I drive down the coast through beautiful Baunei in the mountains to the coastal resort of Santa Maria Navarrese, where I have one of my trip's best pizzas in a small neighborhood ...

Day eight, on which...

A travel blog entry by bzmot on May 29, 2014

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1. I try to open the wrong car for the umpteenth time on this trip and realize there are way too many grey Fiat Pandas on this island. 2. I go on a beautiful trek in the astounding Gorroppu canyon (500 m deep) and realize while my right leg is (and has been for some time) shot when going up, my left one starts failing me at the knee on descents. Marvelous. 3. I get caught in the rain on the trek back and spend the rest of the day in ...

In the mountains of Sardinia

A travel blog entry by cemewa on Dec 16, 2013

1 comment, 44 photos

... and the economy seemed to be based on agriculture and inbreeding. We bought some homemade cheese and sausage from a local famer who spoke only Sardinian. Negotiating the sale involved several cups of wine poured from a plastic bottle. On to Gavoi through the mountains to the charming rustic village with the warm guest house and restaurant next door run by a family that treated us like one of there own. We were so taken with ...

Lazy Days

A travel blog entry by peteindira on May 18, 2013

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... The surroundings make you feel like an ant. The pictures don't do the place justice.

The beaches are many and the surf is big. The tourist season hasn't started here yet, so it's empty. We like it that way. The downside is that it's not always not quite warm enough to lay out in the sun, however, when the sun does come out, the beach time is unmatched.

One of the best island time moments for me was ...