Park Hotel Salice Terme
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Salice Terme
... no one swim when its 37 degrees. It just didn't cool down at night either so for the first time we just left the air con on in our van all night and we had a much better sleep. On the way here we had stopped for a moment and the end of the muffler was hanging on by a thread so Kerry pulled the last bit of rusty bit and it fell off. He also thought that the beast had lost its power as it didn't seem to be able to pull on the motorway. So ...
... 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 ...
... and rosettes given out to all competitors (and visiting kiwis!). And then it was all over.
I never expected to enjoy this event as much as I did. I met a lot of new people, and felt welcome when I joined in any groups. There was great shared appreciation of great runs, and commiserations when things didn't go as planned. And what I learnt and was inspired by just by watching the runs is huge. I think my dogs need to be ...
... Sammie and I played until we had a dead arm from throwing... Zoe, in all her hyperness, joined in the game to but it was quite scary having her run after you when you had the frisbee. The day was done in the sun.... Evening time??? THE GATSBY RESTAURANT -—-—-—-—-— ;-—-—-—-— In the evening we thought we'd go out for some cooked food. After a ...
... an hour later. It just isn't very civilised. However that's the last of the moans and negativity for today, I woke up bright and cheerful, my roommate, Rosella, is very warm hearted and has been giving me a crash course in some basic Italian. The lady on reception this morning speaks great English and was really helpful about the bus, giving me a map and a potted history of Genova and all the good places to go, all with great enthusiasm. I knew that in Italy my best ...