Hotel Oasi

Address: S.S. 10 Per Voghera, 87, Tortona, Piedmont, 15057, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on S.S. 10 Per Voghera, 87, Tortona.
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Travel Blogs from Tortona

Como-Milan-Genoa. Rain and cooler- 15deg

A travel blog entry by kenb on Nov 05, 2014

... along one avenue. Was a very wealthy town at one time and a separate principality run by the Garibaldi family before they went to Venice. Maze of lane ways behind main piazza with little shops and bars. Stopped for a beer in one place with a cellar restaurant. Hot and sweaty waterproof and jumper- but the Italians are rugged up in overcoats and scarves- think its a fashion statement. Went out again for dinner- down an interesting looking ...

The Five Cities

A travel blog entry by salinatravels on Sep 25, 2014

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... especially if older. We have lots of resources to help with the issues of the day(such problems) but I am so glad we had the stop in Gallarte, as the Italians we encounter are working or otherwise busy. The few that are simply loitering are either too old to know English or enjoying their iPods . We are on the bus to Florence, cooking class tomorrow where I hope to make ravioli that is better than the hockey pucks made thius far. ...

Occimiano

A travel blog entry by brsant on May 31, 2014

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... a bike race....
Back to Giorgi's to pick up the others and we went to visit Pinucchia. Bepi was out so Bruno sat on the patio with the ladies. It was mostly in Piedmontese so he understood a half of what we were saying, I enjoyed myself, and slowly, slowly, I remembered the words. We didn't go to see Aldo, because Giorgi said she had asked him but he is too embarrassed to be visited in the home. And she had also rung Rossmino and his wife, but they are ...

1778. Goodbye, Piedmont

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 10, 2013

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... parking lots. Convenience trumps aesthetics here, I guess. But it does have a friendly neighborly feel to it, with a lot of folks out strolling and shopping along its rather generic pedestrian streets. I take a few minutes just to get my thoughts together. It's been a whirlwind couple of days. I must admit I haven't had ...

Its all uphill to Genova

A travel blog entry by laineebee on Dec 13, 2008

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... wasn't prepared for the Italian roads or drivers, it was scarier than the previous days mountain roads. It was tipping down with rain, I couldn't see the road markings, I was being ambushed left right and centre by heavy on the horn Italians. The toll road was worth every Euro in saving my no claims bonus and excess for another day. I was quite apprehensive having to leave its one way comfort to find the hostel in Genova and rightly so, the roads here are ...