Hotel Milano Salice Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Following the disappointment of the last site, which we forgot to mention, en-route to we had stopped at a Decathlon store and later discovered they had double charged us for a bike tyre, so you can only imagine the anger going through our heads coupled with the poor site facilities oh and constant call of crickets which we had also forgot to mention! We arrived ...
Today we were picked up by Giorgi at ten. Hardly recognised her as she has lost weight since last time we were here. Cholesterol problems. First stop was Rosa. There we met Luisa and her son Gabrielle. She is from Ecuador, and is married to Rosa's nephew, Maurizio. After a drink we went to Giorgi's place for lunch. Giorgi's mum Piņa and Vittorio were waiting, and Rosa came along too. Supposed to be a light lunch, but still managed to have quite a lot. I enjoyed ...
Today was a glorious day! Beautiful sunshine, which became rather warm as the day wore on. Unfortunately I did wake up feeling off with a head cold. Soldier on! This morning we walked to Franco and Ester's and then went for a walk around the town. It is sad to see many houses empty. There are only about 500 people living in what used to be a busy little town. There is still a bank, which opens a couple of days a week, a hairdresser, a pharmacy, ...
... to watch the 7th Harry Potter movie. Lol. I am no HP fan, but I figured since we have visited and probably will visit some more place, I may as well see what it's about. It was hard to watch purely because the train was winding its way through the alps and the view, although rainy, was stunning. Seriously, what an amazingly beautiful part of the world. After watching HP, we arrived at Milan central station a few mins after. Perfectly timed. Good job HP. Once off ...
... the "gaining of information about a person’s wellbeing via biofeedback." From here, I’m not sure what to expect. I have experienced all kinds of alternative therapies, from massage, acupuncture, reiki, cupping, psychotherapy, meditation, etc. But kinesiology was by far the weirdest.
Ludmilla and I had built a strong relationship over a short period of time. I get the feeling that she is a lot like myself and takes a while to develop trust in another person ...