Sardegna Grand Hotel Terme
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Travel Blogs from Fordongianus
... cool, air con, 2 bedrooms and plenty of room!! I was really shattered from the journey but we managed to walk into the centre of town, 15 minutes and get dinner. It was pork fillet with a white wine sauce and crispy baked potatoes. Nothing out of this world but nice. The older waiters were great, plenty of experience and speaking a bit of English. Getting dark so time to head home under Kevin's ...
... on a mountaintop overlooking the valley and the mountains. We were at Monte Ortobene.
The information center also told us about a Nuraghe village we should stop and see since it was on our way to our next home. It was called the Nuraghe Losa. Several areas of this village were very easily seen. So many times the excavations are so incomplete you have to use your imagination. These are Nuraghi ...
... boasts extensive prehistoric ruins, fine Pisan churches and medieval walled towns. There are over 7,000 Nuraghe (Stone Domed houses) on the island dating back from 1500 to 500 B.C.
For centuries, Italian city-states and Spain vied for control of Sardinia. The old port of Alghero has a distinctive Catalan feel - it was known as "Little Barcelona." The Albi Palace was a residence for the Spanish viceroys who governed Sardinia.
Alghero is ...
... coast to reach our destination. Greg was once again wishing he was on his Daytona as the road had sweeping curves that hugged the sides of the rolling hills. Lunch was at Sant’ Antioco, a little island attached to the main island of Sardinia by a bridge – very pretty little town. We could see the clouds darkening as we rode out after lunch and hoped we would reach our hotel in Portoscuso, only 12km away, before it rained – no such luck! We ...
... amount of bad energy in the atmosphere. This old man was my last hope of finding my way out of this airport, so I took the plunge and asked him for help. "Excuse me, how do I get to Cagliari please?" He looked at me and paused for 3-4 seconds..... "What a lovely English accent you have" He replied with an intrigued stare. "I thought you were a Sardinian girl" he then said. "Ohh haha, no, I just look like this because my mum is Indian, so I am half" ...