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- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... the local town of Salsomaggiore which is a spa town with the original huge bath house as a major structure in the centre of the town.
We we also visited local Castillos at Arquato and Vigoleno. These were both small historical cities with fortifications rather than castles but very interesting and some amazing buildings.
... and gravel, clenching the brakes on every descent.
The cap is still doing the rounds and last night I was the recipient because I'd climbed il Muro. Tonight I'll pass it on to Libby who is a great girl and one of life's enhancers. Always cheerful, even when she's not feeling great, Libby is a joy to be around.
We had a slow start on Saturday but when Alessandro dropped us off we had arranged to meet him and his girlfriend, Claudia, for lunch. We met at his place where his mamma was cooking zucchini risotto and the floors were white marble - making his little dog Tilly perform comically as she tried to run for the ball, her legs needing to gain traction against the slippery surface before she could propel herself manically after her ball. Ale drove us up into the main valley which he ...
... dirt road which the Jag did not like at all Ursa the friendly owner who lives in one of the houses in the complex cooked us a lovely dinner on our first evening and also provided breakfast on the first morning after which we decided to cater for ourselves There is a good supermarket in San Rocca and also a nice bar so we were soon sorted on the first day. There has been a lot of rain down here and the surrounding countryside is very green. Looking at the sky we are not hopeful of much ...
... did make it to Pavia and all the fears of the previous night were realised! The first aire we tried had been closed and the second one (next to a sewage works!) looked like it was the local dump for anything you couldn't fit in a bin, although the settee that had been dumped was probably in a better condition than ours will be when we get back!! So we quickly decided to move onto Piacenza just south east of Pavia.
The road we were coming in ...