Hotel Ristorante Il Carrettino
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... i have an an update before I update this blog. Unfortunately the entries have already closed for WAO so I can't enter. Never mind, I still had an awesome evening and have met some new friends. And I will see them again in a few weeks.
So one more day of agility tomorrow - am expecting to enjoy it just as much. Am looking forward to the team relay event in the afternoon, and the biathlon agility is on in the morning.
Some things that ...
... 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 ...
... straight road back to our car because it would have been easy to lose it forever.
We got back around 10.30 and getting to bed a bit earlier cos Allan is judging the first class in the morning.
I have been enjoying talking to a lot of different people at the event - some that I have met, or known through fb before, and others that I have started chatting with. Everyone is really friendly which is great. All of
... given a really nice momento. Some team tables left before they got any food. I joined the US team for a while, and then the Ozzie table - where they had to remind me about the cricket!.
I have found people to be really friendly here, and the italians in the shops have tried to be helpful with my lack of english. Also the drivers seemed pretty tolerant about me driving the wrong way up a one way street!
Nice early night tonight - 11pm now.
... is a monumental task. On one of the very first days at Ludmilla’s farm, I remember walking into the kitchen thinking what a catastrophe and how I really didn’t want to be the one to clean it. After almost every meal, the pots and pans would pile up. The dishwasher would be packed and repacked to fit more in. The floor was grimy and sticky from dropped food and liquids of all kinds. After the plates and cutlery were cleared and the pots washed and left ...