President Hotel Terme
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews President Hotel Terme Godiasco
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... owner was a very friendly guy who sat with us for some time. He was a wonderful ambassador for his country and loved practicing his English on us. The feeling was mutual. We continued on to our Hotel Giardi Resort in the town of Imperia. It turned out to have a fabulous view of the coast, the autostrada and the surrounding hillside villages but had probably seen better days. We had a lazy afternoon and dinner in house in anticipation of another day on the road ...
... 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 ...
... sandwiches to split for lunch.
We stopped just outside Cremona at a little picnic spot. Our sandwiches weren't great, but we did get to enjoy a glass of red wine and a bite of dark chocolate.
We parked in Cremona and walked directly to the Duomo. Of course, it was closed until 3:30, so we had almost two hours to kill. So we bought tickets to the Violin Museum. Stradivari and many ...
... was very good, and some people handled it really well. It was tiring watching agility all day, and I videoed many of the runs. It was quite cold inside in the morning (said she who was wearing a merino top, 3 jackets and 2 pairs of trousers!) I love the jacket I bought in Dubai and can see it being worn a lot. But very warm outside.
When that course was finished, Allan and I drove to Pavia which was about 50 mins away. ...
... swatting away at my own skin to be sure that any stray spider/s or web/s are not somewhere on my persons. This earned me the affectionate title of ‘Donna Ragno’ or ‘spider woman’ by Ludmilla’s father, Nonno. Nonno had seen my escape tactics one evening when I had been tending to the lavender. He rushed over to assist me as he thought I had seen a snake. He too thought my fear was laughable. But if you ask me, I would rather see a snake than a ...