Hotel la Torre

Address: Torre Di Bari , Bari Sardo, Sardinia, 08042, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Torre Di Bari , Bari Sardo.
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    Travel Blogs from Bari Sardo

    Beach Day Parte Due

    A travel blog entry by jephcottjourney on Jul 14, 2015

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    We had such a good time at the beach the day before we completely trusted Luka with another recommended beach for the day. This time he sent us further down the Costa Rei to Cala Pira Beach. The beach has an old look-out tower that guards the bay. The water was even warmer than ...

    Beach Day

    A travel blog entry by jephcottjourney on Jul 13, 2015

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    Luka, the manager of Su Pasiu, recommended some local beaches for us to explore and gave us a cooler and umbrella for the day. We hit the local market right after breakfast (continental) and put together a picnic for the beach. We headed for Capo Ferrato, the circle he drew on our map. Little did we know that this was a dirt ...

    Muravera

    A travel blog entry by jephcottjourney on Jul 12, 2015

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    So we wanted to explore as much of southern Sardinia as would could so we booked places on the east coast (Costa Rei) and the west coast (Teulada). Costa Rei is the French Rivera of the southern east coast of Sardinia. Looks very much like the Sierras in California. Some of it even reminds me of southern Baja of Mexico. The first night we drank and ate at a ...

    Arrividerci Sardinia!

    A travel blog entry by olsonfamily on Jun 30, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... up, everyone rushed to find an empty car. Many people just stayed put and inserted another token for another ride. It could best be described as organized chaos, and we wanted to join in! Unfortunately the ticket guy said Abby was too small, resulting in a flood of tears. (Ironically, Abby is actually the thrill rider in the family. She loves rollercoasters and carnival rides more than anyone in the family!) Matt and Jackson took a turn on the bumper cars ...

    The rest of our time in Arbatax

    A travel blog entry by malloryharvie on Jun 23, 2014

    ... ladies, who while they didn't speak English, did very well at communicating with us. It's pretty amazing what can be accomplished with hand gestures and a few words. I filled out a form they had for me in English, and then they copied what I wrote in the spaces from the English form to the Italian form so they could read it. Luckily things had started to move forward, and I've also heard back from my own bank where a formal investigation has been launched. Things are ...