Park Hotel Salice Terme
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... sandwiches to split for lunch.
We stopped just outside Cremona at a little picnic spot. Our sandwiches weren't great, but we did get to enjoy a glass of red wine and a bite of dark chocolate.
We parked in Cremona and walked directly to the Duomo. Of course, it was closed until 3:30, so we had almost two hours to kill. So we bought tickets to the Violin Museum. Stradivari and many ...
... breads until they were open. We were treated to a number of things that we didn't order - pina colada, gzatpacho, breads, little desserts, wine as well as our other courses. The atmosphere were wonderful and the food was just to die for. We were a bit worried about the cost of it all particularly all the things we didn't ask for, but it only came to 40 euro each - just amazing value, and served in true Italian style with great ...
... Keith is the alternate for the team, but his dog is the "white dog" for the small height which means he gets to run the course before the competition starts so that people can check how it runs. Keith has done some stunning runs, but it is his reaction to that which is memorable. Such a nice man who is just stoked at having the opportunity to try out these courses.
Hmmm, and today is about the food - tho if I am running a dog in 5 weeks time, ...
... 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 ...
... her. She repeated the pressure-point process again but under my chin, and the process was complete. It was a mystical methodology that I didn’t understand. Ludmilla asked my body questions, and my body replied. I am just the third being in the room separate from the inquisition process. When Ludmilla asked my body a question, she’d push on my hand that was out stretched. My elbow was bent, and my upper arm rested on the table next to me. To me, the reactions ...