- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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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 ...
... some cases after establishing your identity, vis a vis are you one of the good guys or the bad guys as defined by that business.
The door opens and I enter and find my way through a reception area to another set of glass sliding doors which open in front of me and I’m in front of the reception desk.
'Buon giorno’ I say but then, after such a wonderful start, ask, ‘Can you speak English?’ The two women, in a friendly way admit that ...
... places after this event. It feels nice to be part of this event, and feel included. I did think that I might feel like I was here by myself, but not at all.
Allan went off sightseeing for the afternoon with Courtney's husband Adam. They drove to Genoa which is on the coast, but got back here earlier than I expected. 9 of us went out for dinner - mainly the judges and officials. Italian food is not quite what I would normally eat, but it was nice. I had gnochi ...
... is a jewel. A section of the museum was originally part of a church and the paintings are hung in 25 rooms set up and down stairs and around a courtyard. The range of masterpieces, primarily Italian, but some Flemish, is extraordinary; the star of the collection is the Raphael's cartoon for The School of Athens (the painting hangs in the Vatican). A friend of ours who is an art historian says that this one work is worth a trip to Milan! Other highlights: ...
... and white shirts' they show the client in and out....its most impressive, needless to say I kept Sandie well clear.
After sometime we .came to Plaza Delduomo....this was the home of the DUOMA ( CATHEDRAL)
which is outstanding. It has incredibly tall,and an amazing number of detailed spires reaching to the sky. It's also impressive inside. But the church wants one or two euro for everything...a photo, view the treasury.climb the spire etc...we just looked
The PLAZA ...