Hotel Villa Giulia
- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Family rooms
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Travel Blogs from Tortona
We left our little bit of paradise and were headed toward Genoa along the coast road enjoying the amazing scenery but there was a hold up ahead which turned out to be a diversion for us. We were told we couldn't continue on this road so had no choice but to be diverted onto a toll road. So we changed tack and decided to give Genoa a miss and head up towards lake Como. In a way it was a blessing because the coast road was very busy and slow ...
... 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 ...
... places after this event. It feels nice to be part of this event, and feel included. I did think that I might feel like I was here by myself, but not at all.
Allan went off sightseeing for the afternoon with Courtney's husband Adam. They drove to Genoa which is on the coast, but got back here earlier than I expected. 9 of us went out for dinner - mainly the judges and officials. Italian food is not quite what I would normally eat, but it was nice. I had gnochi ...
... spoken within its texts. The thought of "where is she taking us and what kind of cult have we got ourselves caught up in?" resounded in my head for most of the drive after that point. Thankfully, it wasn’t the case.
When we finally arrived at her home, we were pleasantly surprised. Her house sat on a hilltop that sang when the light hit it. I collapsed to the ground looking out at the scenery and breathed in fresh, clean air of relief. The sunset and ...