Hotel Al Castello
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... joined in with everyone else creating the bridge for the winners to run through. I have to mention my new friend Nancy, who is trying to steal my paw blacks jacket. She is the chief trader for the US team and has traded many jackets, t shirts, pins, and jackets with other teams. She also had some amazing chocolate pistachio biscuit things today - i might have to go back to the COOP to get some for me. Another new friend is Keith from the US (and his ...
... and a steak for main. It was interesting trying to work out what was what on the menu as we had many nationalities at the table, but no Italians.
>Steve Drinkwater and Cathy Slot from AADA in Australia were sitting next to us, and we had a good chat about our different countries, and systems. I never quite knew the difference between their AADA and their kennel club organisations, but do now. AADA have a very interesting training programe for judges that ...
... us in English. She then directed us to a lovely church which we went to and took pics. Then when we carried on walking, we went past her and her English husband who were having dinner by then and she directed us to another one which was even better. Then we walked past them again and she directed us to a gelato place. The last time we walked past them, we said we wouldn't be back! We were being very careful to not stray too far ...
... and accessible by train.
So, let’s look at some maps, compliments of Google. If we zoom in we see a sheltered harbour with breakwaters, so I guess that means boats, and shoreline waves & winds.
Let’s zoom in a little more … Oh, there are some scalloped beach shapes near the town & the harbour. I wonder if those are sandy beaches. ...
Today I ventured off from little Alessandria on the train to the seaside town of Genoa, known in Italy as Genova. Id seen pictures and knew I had to visit as its only an hour train ride away. I arrived at the Piazza Principe, (Genoa station) and had little no no idea where
to go next, I decided to jusy follow the crowd and hope for the best, I then ended up ...