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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... into the Duomo. Here too, we wish we hadn't wasted so much time in Cremona. This church wasn't as spectacular as the book made it sound.
We set our coordinates on the Garmin to get to our hotel for the night. We are staying in an Albergo that also has a restaurant. We enjoy Albergo's because they are family run and the food is generally very good and homemade.
We went down for dinner ...
... me some pasta with pesto which was wonderful. When we had had dessert, he came and asked if I would like some gelato - maybe some uncooked shrimp gelato! So he enjoyed taking the mickey out of me as well! It really was a lovely dinner, and was nice to talk more to Adam. It was great having Courtney here - she was my special friend and provided wifi and dry bed to sit on - what else do you need a friend to do!
So we have ...
... 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 ...
... there was a Decathlon 2-3 miles down the road (Dual Carriageway) so for the first time in the history of our trip we went out in the van during a stay to find it. We found it and despite the language barrier were refunded the over charged amount within a few minutes, simple.. (I am sure you are all glad to hear this)
Secondly, We visited Pavia, there ...
... and castles. I have photos. I don't have too much to say about them, other than they were all owned and dedicated by the same family which is to say that family was unbelievably rich.
If I think of something more to write about the day I will. We did get to drive home through the mountains during sunset, which was really lovely. Today was the first really cold day here, though Genova not as much as Pavia. It helped make the sunset that much more dramatic.