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Casteddu and surrondings
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A4W - 3DDD
Dario Pia - Olindo Frau - Mastro Beppe
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Places at reach of Casteddu
Açores - Algeria - Ascot - Australia - Barbagia - Barcelona - Beyenburg - Bonifacio - Borkum - Brittany - Carloforte - Damascus - Dordogne - Dubai - Ecuador - Freiburg - Lisbon - Madrid - Mexico - N.N. - Normandy - Palestine - Paris - Paris 2 - Porto - Provence - Ogliastra - Sainte Sabine - Scotland - Sevilla
July 3, 2008
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Now at 3 hours from Casteddu International Airport, Scotland is a privileged destination of the Casteddaius. Allow one and a half day for visiting Edinburgh. You may skip the castle, unless you are an amateur of military affairs. At 15 Euro per person (June 2009), it is hardly worth the money.
The southern part of Scotland resembles the North of France, Belgium and some parts of Germany - go farther north if you are looking for more exotic places. The second most amusing thing is driving a car on the wrong side of the road. The best thing about the country is the friendliness and kindness of the people. Sardinia and Scotland: cousins in mind and character?
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