Cascina Scova

Address: via Vallone, 18, Pavia, Lombardy, 27100 , Italy | 4 star resort
 
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This 4 star resort is located on via Vallone, 18, Pavia.
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    Travel Blogs from Pavia

    Day 4 World Agility Open

    A travel blog entry by fionaferrar on Apr 11, 2015

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    ... for me today... The Japanese handlers are sitting next to us in the stands, and are very nice and handle very well. One of their team won individual jumpers today and their enjoyment of that was great to see. When the Italian all round winner for one of the heights was announced, 2 of his team mates carried him to the podium on their shoulders - great to see such support. it sounds like the Russians have been quite reserved in previous years, ...

    Extracting Essentials (or not) Easily

    A travel blog entry by handyeh on Apr 10, 2015

    ... some cases after establishing your identity, vis a vis are you one of the good guys or the bad guys as defined by that business.

    The door opens and I enter and find my way through a reception area to another set of glass sliding doors which open in front of me and I’m in front of the reception desk.

    'Buon giorno’ I say but then, after such a wonderful start, ask, ‘Can you speak English?’ The two women, in a friendly way admit that ...

    Day 3 World Agility Open

    A travel blog entry by fionaferrar on Apr 10, 2015

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    ... like to see in NZ. When their judges start out, they judge on courses provided by Steve, and are only trusted to design their own courses after a couple of years of judging. And then there are stages so that stage 2 judge has to provide courses for review before an event, and stage 3 judge has to send courses for review within 2 weeks of an event being held. I think this would be a lot less daunting for new judges, and then we would see a much better level of courses in ...

    Rolling on

    A travel blog entry by grahamgkd on Sep 12, 2014

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    ... sun for tbe most part. The mountain road was predominantly downhill but there were a few 'bonus' climbs before the big drop down to Fornovo di Tara. Our breakfast was pretty marginal at the overnight place so we had a food stop at Fornovo. After that it was onto more ordinary busy roads for most of the day. From Fornovo the route has been fairly flat so it has been reasonably easy ...

    Tour with a monk

    A travel blog entry by culauralynn on Oct 18, 2011

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    ... made money to keep up their church through honey and herbs which they somehow sold, but weren't allowed to be in contact with the public. Not sure how that worked. But eventually, they moved from this location because people kept wanting to see the beautiful monastery. The monastery was begun in the 1360s by a wealthy patron, the ducal family of Milano. I believe the story is something to the effect that the patron of the family and his wife couldn't have children, ...