B&B Quartopiano

P.zza Pellicceria 2/4 , Genoa, Italian Riviera, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Genoa

Sea day

A travel blog entry by janinegordon


... but not happening. Made it to the cocktail party just before it ended and got a family photo taken, will see how they turn out tomorrow. Another yummy 4 course dinner, another vegetarian choice for Emma. She won't like going back home to my vegetarian selection! "Gotham" was the show tonight, so Batman, cat woman, the joker and friends all dancing around the stage! A couple of acrobats were fantastic. Toby even lasted through the show tonight. Malaga ...


A travel blog entry by janinegordon


... We have our own table for dinner which is nice but probably not very sociable, but given there is not many English speakers on board that is probably ok. Dinner was good, Emma is enjoying the vegetarian options. After dinner, we had a wander through the shops then headed to the show lounge where Toby promptly fell asleep so missed the show, which was quite good. Just 3 singers belting out a few good Queen songs mostly. Woke Toby up for the walk back to the cabin, and off to bed about ...


A travel blog entry by janinegordon


... little town, amazing alleyways with cute shops, some I recognised. James bought new shirt and tie for the cruise. We climbed up one of the towers for the view (230 steps) and back down again for a gelato! Managed to find our way back out again through the maze of little streets, and headed back to Genoa. Made it nearly half way back with the top down before we all got too cold. We were ...

Trains, trains and more trains!

A travel blog entry by philpeter


... his usual shorts and me in jeans then stood back to let very well dressed guests in. Noticed on the door that it had one Michelin star so quickly came back to our room and changed into our "good gear". Enjoyed a beautiful dinner with well dressed guests including one very well groomed dog. Then headed back to our room for well earned rest free of train travel to blog to you ...

Arrivederci Italia!

A travel blog entry by laurabonhard


... in an office building! Except replace that with a roughly blasted out mountain tunnel. Popped out near some little shops and voila! – Stazione Genova Principe right across the way. Thanks bakery girl! I had over an hour, so I sat in front of a GIANT statue of Christopher Columbus (he was born in Genoa!) to eat my focaccia.

I had to buy my ticket at the counter as the machines did not do international tickets. In hindsight, I ...

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