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... met some great people and shared our travel stories....then conversation turned to about our pets and we started sharing photos. If I had WiFi I would have shown them the awesome video Jesika made of Romeo and Stitch. The receptionist had told us the bus trip from Venice to Genoa was 1hr 45mins. We left at 9am and arrived at the Genoa port terminal at 2pm. I was worried when we stopped for a lunch break on the way to Genoa as to how long ...
... book that described it as walking distance, must have meant walking distance if you have a whole day!
The cab driver dropped us off and agreed to fetch us in a couple of hours, take us to fetch the Allens bags and then drop us back at the Port. Giva was ecstatic to see Dizzy but rather overcome with shyness initially. He did feel ever so dashing in his red poncho (that matched mine) and Dizzy was stunning in her pink and purple combo, which ...
... other giddy girls.
15. Candace & Miguel from North Carolina.
17. Justin & Jean
19. Shang wan & Juang wan
20. Jada, Keira, & Jamie
24. Jada, Gabrielle and the rest of the Petrivelli family in Italy
25. J Family - they are the Pakistani from the Genoan SDA church. The Father named all his sons with the letter J. He loves ...
... sure wont miss!
EDIT: Once again, I forgot about a very fun night! Thursday night me Olivia and Jenny went to Gotha, a really nice club in Cannes, to see Chris Brown!! Although he didnt perform for very long, it was so much fun, and by the end of the night we were all covered in champagne. It was totally worth it though, despite the fact we were packed in like sardines the whole time. I will definitely miss not being able to do that back in the states!!
... which would eventually lead to the constitution of the Kingdom of Italy…and revolutionised the biscuit!!!!
Our first (and only!) evening in Genoa was spent wandering through the old town. We headed for Via Garibaldi (see above!!). The brochure said that a leisurely stroll down this street would take your breath away. This was nothing to do with the facades of the historical palazzi with their light effects and profiles. It certainly did take our breath away ...