Hotel Villa Giulia
- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Family rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villa Giulia Tortona
Travel Blogs from Tortona
... did order something that I thought was cooked fish - I only do fish occasionally, but think I like to try different things. Hmmm, when I tasted it I had to ask whether it was raw, and was told yet. My reaction of "WHAT caused huge amusement for the rest of the evening. The proprietor was just lovely and immediately came and asked me if I would like to swap for something else. He was so nice about it that I eventually said yes, and ...
... atmosphere that there is here.
I have really been enjoying the agility here, but thinking that it would be great to be trying these courses. I have put some feelers out to see if there might be a dog that I could handle at WAO, and had a couple of suggestions. It felt hard to go and ask, but today I got brave and talked to Jan Barelds from the Netherlands about possibly handling his dog Xzena who had not qualified for WAO. He had heard that ...
... here, and when individualy countries start their chanting, other countries join in as well. When a dog managed to complete the gamble, the cheers were deafening.
I have been sitting mainly with the US team who are beside the Australians. I have talked to lots of people, and have found everyone to be quite friendly. Last night after the agility had finished, I was talking to a group from Canada and the 2 chiropractors on site from Canada who were travelling ...
We left Lake Como thinking that we had seen the most beautiful of God's work, the deep blues, greens and the village residences modest or palatial in primary colors. The traveling group is starting to find it stride, so more laughter and conversation. Most are about our age or older, mostly retired or close. Took a long bus ride and short train ride to Monterosso on the Ligurian Sea which is contiguous with the Mediterranean Sea and one ...
... be to leave the car and get public transport into the towns, cheaper and safer than taking the car. So my adventure began this morning, I caught the bus outside the hostel, in a roaring thunder storm and enjoyed a stress free, roller coaster ride to the Port of Genova. Genova is far more forgiven than Nimes ever can be for all the difficulties I have faced on my journey through its streets, the little roads at street level are charming, totally authentic, lots of ...