President Hotel Terme
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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 ...
... 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 ...
Well today was the final day of a mammoth agility event. It started with Biathlon agility which had an extremely tricky weave entry - well tricky for most countries except Russia and Canada that is. Again, there were great skills shown and it didn't get any less exciting being the 5th day. In the afternoon there was the team relay which I found a bit less exciting than the other courses.
It was sad during today to find that I ...
... to us in English. She then directed us to a lovely church which we went to and took pics. Then when we carried on walking, we went past her and her English husband who were having dinner by then and she directed us to another one which was even better. Then we walked past them again and she directed us to a gelato place. The last time we walked past them, we said we wouldn't be back! We were being very careful to not stray ...
... swatting away at my own skin to be sure that any stray spider/s or web/s are not somewhere on my persons. This earned me the affectionate title of ‘Donna Ragno’ or ‘spider woman’ by Ludmilla’s father, Nonno. Nonno had seen my escape tactics one evening when I had been tending to the lavender. He rushed over to assist me as he thought I had seen a snake. He too thought my fear was laughable. But if you ask me, I would rather see a snake than a ...