Sa Dom'e Forru Hotel Sardinia

Vico Chiesa 4, Sardinia, 09020, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Vico Chiesa 4, Sardinia.
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    Travel Blogs from Sardinia

    What do you see? You see the sea.

    A travel blog entry by katgoaway on Oct 08, 2013

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... 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 ...

    Memories from Sardinia...

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

    20 photos

    ... every meal with cheese and or fruit. And then of course, coffee.

    • Breakfasts on the balcony - cappuccino, juice, cake, biscuits, cornetti (chocolate croissants, not ice cream).
  • Jumping off rocks into the water, and watching others, esp boys, show off, including a tiny little boy who went ridiculously high and performed a little show before jumping including beating his chest - then Fipsi ...

  • Flashback of Mumma Mia

    A travel blog entry by campbellfamily on May 29, 2012

    9 photos

    ... lunch and to see if the kids missed us. Saw 2 small turtles walking about in the front of someones yard which was sweet.

    An afternoon spa then relaxing ready for our 5 course dinner. Kids rushed through dinner as keen to get back to their social life. Gave them until 10.45pm to come home as us old parents are tired. Al and I headed to theatre to watch Pirates show which was really good.
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    Sardinia and Corsica

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on May 04, 2012

    ... ferry and others drove in but as there is only one entrance for the cars, at some point they must have all turned around to be able to drive off. it was a bit chilly so we sat in the middle where we were out of the wind and both of us dozed a bit. crossing was good.
    When we got close to Corsica and Bonifacio, we saw that the city is built on a cliff. it looks grand from the sea, city walls all ...

    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 ...