Hotel Sant'Andrea

Via Zara, 36-44, San Pantaleo, Olbia, Sardinia, Italy | Hotel
 

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A busy week in Sardinia

A travel blog entry by olsonfamily

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... to the town center. We were greeted there by Pietro, who explained the ins and outs of the apartment in Italian…Matt and I nodded like we understood.

The Maddalena Archipelago is a national park, and besides Maddalena island, the other 6 islands are inhabited only by seabirds and the many tourists who come to watch them. We joined the crowds, navigating the 20 km scenic route around La Maddalena stopping at ...

The Spanish Flu comes to Sardinia

A travel blog entry by vazzhobspainit

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... and Dad and the boys went exploring portside and Gianni impressed his Grandparents getting directions to the supermarket. Not too much beach action with us all now having sore throats, sniffles and coughs – not enough to slow us down too much – hope to be all well in the next few days. The seafood has been top class on Sardinia – we are yet to have a bad meal – ...

Day seven, on which...

A travel blog entry by bzmot

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... sure I send one more, this time correctly :) 3. Fall in love with myrto, a blueberry liqueur. 4. I travel down south and discover some amazing mountain scenery in the Gennargentu range. 5. I settle for a quiet hotel in lovely Cala Gonone on the coast (now almost a ghost town before ...

Day six, on which...

A travel blog entry by bzmot

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... 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 ;) ...

Day five, on which...

A travel blog entry by bzmot

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1. I find out that the Italian firefighters are actually called "guardians of the fire" ("vigili del fuoco") and toys are sold in places called "Bimbo". How not to love Italy? 2. I listen to radio and discover that Italians love "rock in translation", which basically involves playing a rock song with a radio person explaining the lyrics in Italian over the music. Bohemian Rhapsody in Italian: Fun! 3. I listen to ...

Location

This hotel, located on Via Zara, 36-44, San Pantaleo, Olbia, is near Golfo di Arzachena, Giants' Tombs (Coddu Vecchiu), Li Lolghi, and Garibaldi's Farmhouse.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding