B&B La Quercia
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... ceilings were decorated with elaborate murals and carvings and many walls were painted to give the impression of columns, doors and windows, where there were none.
By the time we had done two of the palaces, we had to take a break for pizza and wine, before we could muster up the energy to tackle the third.
Genoa has been an interesting place to see, with its large harbour hosting some huge private yachts, some cruise liners ...
... lady checking out Katie's camera as we crossed a busy road so I told Katie to put it away!
it was a very pretty place but very busy. We were on top of the bus and it was covered in a clear plastic. I felt we were slow roasting!! Yum/Yuk!,
sorry I have to write this very quickly in an Internet cafe before we miss the last bus and have to swim to catch the ship.
we are pinching ourselves that we are in Italy!
Wish you were all here too.
... us back to the harbor where we have lunch at Eataly-a culinary extravaganza that includes four restaurants, a greengrocer, salumeria, fishmonger, bar, cooking school, library and more. We enjoy a variation of the local pesto Genovese-ravioli stuffed with cheese in pesto sauce garnished with mash potatoes and a few haricots verts, and a very good Ligurian white wine.
We linger in the park and soon it is time to return to the train ...
... Toshi and Mosaka were intrigued by Giva and we had an interesting conversation with them. They were impressed that we had climbed Mount Fuji in 2008 and we were able to
express our sadness at the devastation that occurred in Japan during the 2011 Tsunamis.
They were heading to Torino for 5 days – (yes Giva does now know where Torino
is and how to spell it, having looked it up on a map). Toshi is currently studying Italian ...
... world, Florida and Glendale. I was the director in the Glendale chapter. Now there are Little Lambs program all over the world. Little children are earning their patches and being trained to know God. I love working with kids, thank goodness because I have 5 of my own. The Pathfinder program is so extensive and it covers the training of a person from 3 to 110 years old. The oldest Master Guide to attend the International Pathfinder Camporee was 93 years old and she was ...