Hotel Milano Salice Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... was getting a bit tired of the constant stopping. So on we went but we only got as far as Pavia which turned out to be a very big old town with a lot of history but rather ugly in our opinion. We had a half hearted attempt at exploring but gave up on our bikes after an hour and a half as it was just too hot. There was a beautiful looking river but we saw no one else in the water so guessed perhaps that it wasn't that clean because ...
... had never seen before, very interesting.
After visiting the Duomo we walked over to the Roman ruins. We always find them fascinating. It's amazing how each civilization just built right on top the last. It will take this place years and millions of dollars to totally uncover this ruin.
We left town around 11:30. Just before leaving we went into a pastry shop and picked up a couple of ...
... walking around the stands holding up shirts and saying anyone wanna trade? When I went to CCOA in Texas, there were not many countries, and the opportunity for trading was limited. Today I realised that I could get more shirts before WAO is on in a few weeks, so did trade the shirts that I brought with me, but possibly need to be more onto it for WAO!
There was a great closing ceremony with some cheerleaders doing ...
... a slightly tubby bloke. He welcomed us in after we'd stroked "Zoe" (the golden R) who was full of beans and happiness and clearly loved to have new visitors stay in her owner house. We entered the house and were shown to our room. It was just perfect and with a lovely bathroom just opposite. As the sun was shining we decided to make the most of the sunshine and stay outside with a healthy game ...
After a cold night I woke up to a very rainy morning and had a stale bread and jam breakfast. I'm really not liking this hostel at all. It is a mixture of prison and hospital, it is very institutional, hard and cold, there are no comfortable seats in the common room area, if you watch TV you are seated on rows of hard chairs. The lights in the rooms come on automatically at 5.30pm and then automatically go off at 11.30pm at which point the bedside lights become available ...