Hotel Villa Giulia
- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Family rooms
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We left the hotel at about 08:30 am and made our way to the Rialto Alilugano landing stage. The boat arrived on time and weset off....once again in a sea mist but not as severe as yesterday! Within an hour we were at the airport and soon in our car and on our way west to Savignone. We travel mostly on the autostrada so no photos until we are close to ...
Alba to Gavi
I wake up with a sore throat and runny nose. "Keep away from me" says my darling husband who has been missing me so much.
We trundle off from the crummy hotel in Alba for a magnificent but tough ride to Gavi. "How's the ...
... we would have two things to fix in the morning. We lay around in the small pool at the camp ground getting the old core temperature down before cooking some dinner at 9pm. You have to wait that long before you feel like eating. The scenery all the way up to Pavia was uninspiring and we were uninspired. I even went in the back and had a snooze much to Kerry's disgust. Oh well you got to have a blah day once in a while to make the rest stand ...
... at Milano Centrale.
Ludmilla our WWOOFing host had given us instructions as to where we should meet. We meet at Sartori Gelati kiosk, which makes ice cream from natural ingredients and is truly very nice. We get into Ludmilla’s car, and we embark on the hour journey to her house in Zarattarello. She proceeds to point out places of interest in Milan as we drive past. I note the considerable difference in aesthetic appeal compared to Rome. I am told ...
... s smoking in the toilets, hope I don't get the blame. Anyway if the worst comes to the worst I can always go back to France where I understand the road signs and enough of the language to get by. I'll head for Modena on Monday where I've got three nights booked and see where I go from there. This evening out of desperation I go out in the car again, largely in search of warmth and familiarity. Off I go down the hills and up the hills, well here goes for ...