Villino Blu Holiday

Address: Via Sette Ponti Ponente, 7, 52024 , Costa Rei, Sardinia, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Sette Ponti Ponente, 7, 52024 , Costa Rei.
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Travel Blogs from Costa Rei

Off to Brunello

A travel blog entry by randylehs on Oct 01, 2014

This morning we got up not in the best of moods with each other but today was a good day to head out to our trip to the vineyards on our private tour with Francesco tottle. After Elizabeth and I shrugged off our differences Francesco came and picked us up and we were off on our whirlwind drive to Tuscany country. As hoped for our guide was great very knowledgeable and we headed out and went to a private vineyard in sienna ...

Tuscany -Siena and San Gimigheno

A travel blog entry by ltessler on Jul 16, 2014

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... By the end I was glad of the three boys to help push my ass up the hills. The structures and churches and the town itself are so incredible and it's incomprehensible as to how they built them on such steep inclines with marble weighing tens of thousands of tons without modern equipment. From there we went to San Gimigheno - just what you'd imagine a small medieval Italian town - fortress would be -but again ...

A day in siena

A travel blog entry by karenbrian on Oct 09, 2013

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... don't think I'd fancy being round for it). A lovely day strolling the streets full of colour and life and very expensive but exquisite shops! And then a nice bus ride back through the Tuscany countryside....we took the ordinary bus (as they call it) to venture through some back country places.
As I am only able to download photos from my phone camera and not the are a bit limited! ...

Will you marry me?

A travel blog entry by aseipolt on Jul 30, 2013

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... may have heard of some of them: Dante, Michelangelo, Galileo, Machiavelli, etc. A regular feast of deceased notables.

In the end, Florence was simply wonderful. We quickly settled into a rhythm of the Italian café (espresso or macchiato) standing up – sometimes with a pastry. Then we would hit our sightseeing items for the day before the heat of the afternoon. Lunch was usually driven by randomly picking a quiet café or ...

Real touring

A travel blog entry by jodiebaldwin on Jul 19, 2013

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... as the carriage was so full. We had to lug our 8 bags in total up and down staircases and on and off trains. I have the bruises to prove it also.
When we got to Florence we got a taxi to our hotel and lugged our bags up to our room. It was a lovely hotel with a beautiful balcony and we even had one of our own, ...

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