- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Babysitting service
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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Yet another day of stunning agility. Allan judged individual agility first, and there were some great runs on the course. Too many to mention really, but some of the toy dogs in particular are very fast. In the afternoon there was quite a tricky agility team course set by the Russian judge. There were many dogs which faulted on this course as well as some very fast clean runs. I think the russians were 1st and 2nd - Svetlana had a great round, but was ...
Well today was all about agility. Biathlon jumpers in the morning judged by Allan, and individual gamblers in the afternoon. The agility was just absolutely amazing. The skills that different people show is out of this world. There was a very tricky gamble that many dogs/handlers didn't really know how to handle, and some people decided not to attempt it, and just get as many opening points as possible. But, those who could handle it - magnifico! There is such a great ...
... quite used to driving down very narrow streets. I also ended up driving into a central area, and then realised it was pedestrian only! We found a park a bit out of town, and then started walking. A lady in front of us was walking on the cobbles in high heels, and I was just thinking that it wasn't the best place for that when she tripped over. I tried to indicate that it was a bad place for heels, and next minute she was ...
... that should be enough. The internet is not that great in the motel here which is a bit frustrating.
The first event started around 2pm and was the individual jumpers judged by an Italian judge. He wore a pink jumper, and was very enthusiastic clapping great rounds, and playing up to the crowd. It was a really good course, and there were many fantastic rounds. It was nice to catch up with Courtney from the US, and see her running Fran.
There was no need to rush for breakfast as we were the only ones staying at the accommodation. The day was sunny but a little misty and we were hoping that this would not spoil the views of the vines and rolling green fields.
We started the Piedimonte safari at a quaint little town called Neive. It was set high on the ...