Travel Blogs from Bertinoro
... as the birthplace of Napolean. Islands have a fascination in themselves, and despite this one not being particularly isolated it is very different to mainland Italy. We left the rich, modern, elegant Principality of Monaco and drove to Milan Malpensa airport to catch our EasyJet flight to Olbia, on the northwest coast of Sardinia. There is good reason we don't fly the orange airline in Australia and these reasons should hold ...
... else that is quite important to the employee's on the ship. That's writing up employee recognition nominations. I always try to submit at least a couple every cruise as it helps these hugely underpaid crew members with job promotions as well as other rewards offered them by the cruise line. The problem is always to get the names of some of these people who you may only have crossed paths with on a couple of occasions. I was out ...
... at our B&B. The colours of the ocean were really amazing here ranging from really light blues and greens by the shore to deep blue further out. While we were there we had a three course traditional meal including mussels and a whole fish. Emma (not normally a seafood fan) really enjoyed it!
We did a great day trip visiting little beach towns along the North Eastern coast. On this trip we saw the famous Paradise Coast, an idyllic example ...
... Pino we slowly made our way up to the coast today. Our hotel host last night suggested we stop at Iglesias (yes, of the Julio variety) because as she described it, there are gingerbread houses :-) We now think she meant that the sight is like a fairytale and in that she is correct. The cliffs were stunning with their interesting rock formations jutting vertically.
As if that wasn't pretty enough, our next stop was Masua. It meant a ...
... beach, amongst small cliffs/huge rocks.
- Teaching about 15 Sardinians how to play kings cup!
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility