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Large flat on the fourth floor with a beautiful view on the whole gulf of the Asinara island. Our house can host six people. There are: great living room, habitable kitchen with small terrace, three very great bedrooms, studio, two bathrooms. We are lovers of cleaning and order and we appreciate people like us. We would like to exchange our house with other families. Our preferences are Italy/Europe but we can apreciate other proposals. we don't smoke and don't have any pets, but we can take care of yours with great pleasure. we often travel together with a couple of cousins with a child, in total 7/8 people. We can also exchange our car. We can also offer a girl to clean the house.
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We are also available for trade not simultaneous
Stefania e Rinaldo
GOOGLE HEART: 40°43'47.08"N 8°34'3.83"E
we are no smokers and we love animals.
- 2 Adults
- 2 Children
- 8 Exchanges made
- real estate broker,
- House Type: Flat
- Floor: 4
- Environment: In the city
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
- Sleeping Capacity: 6
In my house
- Pets - Not allowed
- Small children - Allowed
- Hospitality wanted
- Non-simultaneous exchange
- Home exchange
- Hospitality exchange
- Youth exchange
- Renting possible
- Free internet access
- Computer available
- Central heating
- Washing machine
- Park / playground
- No smoking
- Car necessary
Our Destination Wish List
- Open for all offers
Nearest Airport: Alghero - 35
Images of typical Sardinian cuisine:
The city of Sassari is the ideal point to visit the whole North-Sardinia (and not only)..to few kms from the city there are some marvelous beaches. Place absolutely to visit I am Alghero, Stintino, with his/her beautiful beach "La Pelosa", the Argentiera with practically desert beaches and a crystalline water, the whole zone of the Gallura actually to reach the famous Coast Smeralda . http://www.costasmeralda-holidays.com/index.htm
.If then desire is had to make some kms in more the zone of the Ogliastra can be visited (east), the Gulf of Orosei and the inside of Sardinia (Su Gologone, Orgosolo and outskirtses).
The airport of Alghero dista from Sassari 35 kms and he has also served from Ryanair;
TAXI : home - Alghero airport, 40 euros.
The port and airport of Olbia to 120 km ( Easyjet);
Porto Torres ( Tirrenia- Grimaldi- Moby) to 18 kms from the city.
La Cucina Sarda
Considering that Sardegna is a major island, one might expect fish to play an important part in the region's cuisine. And it does, to a degree - Sardegna's tuna and bottarga, or tuna roe are prized - but fish is not paramount, and this is because Sardinians historically considered the sea to be a source of invaders; they thus turned inland, devoting their energy to agriculture and shepherding.
Consequently traditional Sardinian cuisine features quite a bit of lamb, especially roasted, and pork, in particular porceddu, roast sucking pig, and a tremendous variety of sheep and goat's milk cheese, including Pecorino Sardo, one of the world's great cheeses. But there's more; Sardegna is known for Pane Carasau, a crisp flatbread the shepherds could take with them, and enjoy with cheese, malloreddus, little gnocchi flavored with saffron, maccherones and pillus, respectively twisted macaroni and lasagna, and fregula, pasta blebs used in soups and in a manner akin to cuscus. Traditional pastries also reveal shepherding roots, with cheese and honey.
This isn't to say Sardinians completely turned their backs on the invaders; they sold sea bass bottarga to the Phoenicians, there's a Sardinian variation on buridda, a Ligurian fish stew, and they adopted both the Spanish scapece sweet and sour sauce for fish, which they call scabecciau, and mazzamorru, a bread soup eaten by the sailors of the fleet.
But their cuisine does reflect their independence.
Sardinian recipes on site.
- real estate broker,
- Boy - Age: 18
- Boy - Age: 14
- Pets are NOT welcome in our home
About Our Family
Our family if composed of my husband Rinaldo, 55, real estate mediator, me Stefania 51, housewife-decorator and our two sons, Stefano 15 and Guido 10
Our favourite periods for the exchange are Christmas and Easter school vacations and from mid June to the end of August.
March 2010: Italy - Sestriere
August 2010: Spain , (Cambrils, Lloret de Mar)
December 2010: France (Chambery)
Luglio 2011: Francia ( Saint Brieuc)
Maggio 2012: Sevilla, Rota- Costa Ballena
Giugno 2013 : Valencia
Agosto 2014: San Sebastian- Bordeaux
We love the sea, beaches, Spain, and all the places of the sea.
Sometimes we travel with relatives so we look for 7/8 beds.