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Today is our halfway mark on our cruise. We got onboard at Genoa 11 days ago! We have seen a lot of different places and cultures already so I wonder what the next 11 days will bring. There was a huge exodus this morning of passengers that were doing the 11 day cruise. An organisational nightmare getting all the luggage and people off and then the next ship load of new passengers on. There seems to be some changes with the staff ...
An ideal choice for a break to regain
your inner harmony and be at peace with nature, Agriturismo Sognando
Villa Edera has the warm,discrete glamour of one of the most
welcoming country villas. Each guest will be amazed by the beauty of
the landscape and by the warm hospitality of the owners.Situated just 3Km from the sea,with 5
fully equipped apartments that have been completely restored
... even have credit cards. Luckily Chris had stopped the bus a little way up the road and I had to run up and get the last €10 note we had between us.
We ended up in the middle of Genoa in rush hour traffic. There were motorbikes weaving in and out, cars changing lanes, blocking my view of the indicators on the bus, lights going red before I could get through and roundabouts where I would get held up. Chris ...
... I refused to use.
I left from Fort Lauderdale to spend a super fun 4 HOUR layover in Atlanta. Luckily, I was at the international terminal which is far better than the domestic. Then off to Paris and finally to Genoa. I arrived under the impression Manuel (from the phone interview) would pick me up and we would go directly to the yacht. However, the man holding a sign with my name on it introduced himself as Alberto. I was then informed we would go to a ...
... side to try and get some lunch. This may only be my impression but I felt that I was about to be mugged any minute, not exactly relaxing.
The old city behind the docks was actually quite pretty and it had many large houses from the time it was a busy port. We wondered through the old streets and then caught the funicular up to the hills overlooking the city.
The whole place didn't really ...