Scuola Italiana Sci Dolomiti di Brenta, Andalo

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  • Also this year we holidayed in Andalo and our daughter did lesson with a master of this school. He, like the others already known all those years (from 2014 onwards), was very good, nice and kind.
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  • good skiing for my kids, good masters, loved the possibility of lunch once a week with teachers and classmates in a shelter, what cute 6-year-old boy also felt "great" to have lunch alone with friends in a restaurant; a few drawbacks in little in General Organization and at the times
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  • Second year with this school, almost 5 years old child, beginners, late March, very low season. The price ($ 100) for 12 hours was very good, but there were too many problems. The course was supposed to be 2 hours to 6 days, but they changed it by 4 hours on day 5 to finish a day earlier. The first day my son, who had made a good downhill, was put into the handful of scarce because of the smaller, did not take the chairlift (the course took place in gaggia because Laget was closed), spent 2 hours to rise doing ladders, did it twice on treadmill packed out, was dripping with sweat. Day jumped. Eventually I spoke to master Fabio, who argued that did not fine skiing, clear pretext to bring back the numbers, and that they would not have taken the chair lift even the next few days, until the entire group was not up to par. Obviously I complained and suggested I do the lesson, when I just wondered to give an opportunity for my son to ski, taking the chairlift. I went to school and I asked to change master, they moved to rindole the next day, where there were more children/teachers. At rindole, already after the first descent, my son was put into a proper group, despite being the smallest, with master Mateo, and skied well. The next day I went to cable car and on the pista azzurra. On Friday, race day, have lost a lot of time waiting to get off, were the next-to-last group, and were passed by now 12, when he touched them. He still did good. The award ceremony was pretty and even the commentator made her laugh. Then there was lunch with the teacher, except that my son is still little for these things, and I would have preferred that the last two hours were on Saturday, as scheduled. Next year we will evaluate other schools
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