Residence Funtana Noa

Address: Via Vittorio Emanuele III, 66-68, Cagliari, Sardinia, 09020, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Via Vittorio Emanuele III, 66-68, Cagliari.
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      Travel Blogs from Cagliari

      I'm on Island Time

      A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz on Mar 31, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... any closer to completion but at least I will have plenty of practice frolicking through castle grounds by the time my European adventure is over. We walked through the area and there were some awesome views of the city and the port. We could see the Devil's Saddle way in the distance and it was really cool knowing we had been looking into the distance at the exact place where we were now standing. There was a gate to enter into the area and it was called "Elephant Tower". ...

      Memories from Sardinia...

      A travel blog entry by kiri-ana on Aug 12, 2012

      20 photos

      ... and I was stung by a fish while minding my own business!

    • Playing racket and beach volley at the beach.
    • Bike riding to San Giovanni tower with Nicole and Luciana.
    • Food at home:
      • Gina's delicious cooking - spinach and cheese ravioli, roast suckling pig, spaghetti alla bottarga, Manzalane (eggplant) parmigiana, (desert ravioli?), lasagna, risotto Milanese. Tullio's BBQs. ...

      Flashback of Mumma Mia

      A travel blog entry by campbellfamily on May 29, 2012

      9 photos

      Third day on the cruise and everyone is very relaxed. Boys love kids club (club popi) and have made friends with another Spanish boys Migual and the teacher Matt is a huge hit. They didn't come home until midnight when the club finished. As Nic and I are sharing a room I was shocked here I am a parent waiting for our 12 and 9 year olds to come home so WE can go to sleep. A sign of things to ...

      Sardinia and Corsica

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on May 04, 2012

      ... We got lucky this time in that it remained empty.
      Again, people in the end of the line had to pay the extra price to gate check their suitcases as it filled up quickly. I’m glad we were in an exit row as they would have asked us to put our bags under our feet otherwise and I have ALWAYS felt that I shouldn’t have to if I’ve obeyed the rules and not brought on suitcases so full or ...

      The accidental tourist

      A travel blog entry by sarahimray on Aug 09, 2011

      ... you can't resort to your mother tongue, but it's also rewarding as I've been forced to pick up some language, I've met interesting people, and I'm obviously not in a touristy area. That is the difference between being a tourist and traveller I suppose. The reward was a glass of chilled Pinot Grigio in the village square in the fading golden sunlight of the early Sardinian evening. Worth all the angst I'd ...