Hotel Villa Dragonetti
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villa Dragonetti Paganica
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... lunch. I met him at the airport and he was really nice. The lunch was great and we stayed and watched tv until like three. After that I went to Sara's house, and learned some more italian. My host sister and her boyfriend picked me and sara up, and we all went to the park. I FINALLY SAW SOMETHING GREEN. It was finally not just buildings and streets!! The park was awesome and I was the champion of volleyball. I went to sleep and wednesday was over..... ...
... Our first stop was Mexico and to my delight, they were serving tacos!!!!! FINALLY! I had some with Davide and they were delicious. Not like Australian, commercial tacos but they were just as incredible! finally! Something that was not so Italian. It took me 2 months to find it but I guess better now than never! Haha!
Next stop Spain and then the UK... I began to realise this expo was really just a way for countries to brag about themselves. I ...
... the raft on their heads and took it to the van. The van took us back to reception lodge where we had a hot shower! :D It was loveeelllyyyy! Once we were cleaned up, we headed off and had lunch at a restaurant. We ordered pizza, ate and then drove home. We stopped at autogrill halfway for a coffee stop and then went the whole way home.
We were EXHAUSTED! We watched a soccer game on tv but almost dozed off. I went to bed but don't remember falling asleep ...
... of the day getting to everyone, rearranging furniture with Nathan and Tilly and telling them some of the lessons in the Italian way of life that I have learnt so far. Lesson number 1: road rules are merely ineffective suggestions. This morning we went for an easy swim, our first training session with DDS in one of the two 25m pools in the DDS sports centre. It was the best maintained pool in Italy that I've swam in so far. We ...
... through me I looked around and felt all alone where was everyone? So I parked up just short of the pay toll barrier and the bottom contemplating a run to the top just for the heck of it. I had been waiting to take a photo at the top looking at glossglockner mountain from the same spot that I had my photo taken on a multistrada in 2012 but this year all the mountains in this area were shrouded in clouds ah well After what seemed an eternity the swarm of multistrada descended from ...