Hotel Lux Alessandria
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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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.
... of gourmet food, truffles and many Easter decorations. We had lunch in the square at a cafe which was bathed in sunshine.
The final destination was the town of Barolo, which also gives its name to the grape variety of the region. A brief tasting was followed by a walk through the narrow streets of this tiny hill top village