Park Hotel Salice Terme
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... into the Duomo. Here too, we wish we hadn't wasted so much time in Cremona. This church wasn't as spectacular as the book made it sound.
We set our coordinates on the Garmin to get to our hotel for the night. We are staying in an Albergo that also has a restaurant. We enjoy Albergo's because they are family run and the food is generally very good and homemade.
We went down for dinner ...
... did order something that I thought was cooked fish - I only do fish occasionally, but think I like to try different things. Hmmm, when I tasted it I had to ask whether it was raw, and was told yet. My reaction of "WHAT caused huge amusement for the rest of the evening. The proprietor was just lovely and immediately came and asked me if I would like to swap for something else. He was so nice about it that I eventually said yes, and ...
... 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, ...
... br> The weather continues to be stunning here. It is cold in the venue, but around 20 degrees outside.
There was one doggie thing that we have in NZ that the Americans didn't know about - dry bed. I am very pleased about that, because I have told them how great it is, so people have purchased it and I now get to sit on it which is much easier on the bum than the hard steps.
Individual agility in the morning tomorrow judged by Allan, then biathlon agility.
... at Milano Centrale.
Ludmilla our WWOOFing host had given us instructions as to where we should meet. We meet at Sartori Gelati kiosk, which makes ice cream from natural ingredients and is truly very nice. We get into Ludmilla’s car, and we embark on the hour journey to her house in Zarattarello. She proceeds to point out places of interest in Milan as we drive past. I note the considerable difference in aesthetic appeal compared to Rome. I am told ...