B&B Quartopiano

Address: P.zza Pellicceria 2/4 , Genoa, Italian Riviera, Italy | B&B
 
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      Visit to the Cinque Terre

      A travel blog entry by duncanabbie on Jan 10, 2015

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... with houses and crops. At the top we hit the main street, glad to have made it (Abbie, who refused to eat back at Manarola, didn't feel good, think from lack of food!!). We sat on benches kindly provided for unfit climbers (had to fight other tourists for them) while we caught our breath and cooled slightly, then we followed the road downhill to the next bay and a small strip of shops/cafes. Chose one (may have been the only one open), ...

      Through Pesto country

      A travel blog entry by allanski on Jul 29, 2014

      14 photos

      ... old, so it can fishtail a bit when it's wet.


      Near Riva Trigoso I hit the coast again and slowly the clouds began to break up and some sun came through. I hadn't bothered to look at any maps, as I just had to head towards Genoa and beyond and I would be heading towards Abenga and Alassio.


      That's the reason I ended up in Portofino. I wasn't really sure what was going on, but there was some sort of a road block where a policewoman was ...

      Genoa,Italy

      A travel blog entry by heather-jak on May 31, 2014

      8 photos

      ... 100 others it's perfect. The language barrier has been quite isolating as most of these tourists are either Italian, French or German and the cruise is catering to a certain age group i.e. either old or young families. Yes I know we fall into the first category but not that old where you get out the pearls and shine your shoes to go to dinner . Feel as if we've gone back to my parents ...

      Fish, markets & medieval parades...

      A travel blog entry by zaynard on Oct 12, 2013

      16 photos

      ... Hmm, I didn't know that was so prevalent, but indeed it was. The palaces were grand, though we didn't go into any because we didn't have enough time left in the day. There were also lots of churches, some large, some small, and all very old and uniquely beautiful. The entire time we were walking around, we had a great feeling of being alive in a city that it is very much itself alive. And diverse! Old people, young people, hippies, hipsters, Africans, Hispanics (on ...

      Pisa

      A travel blog entry by nicoll on May 01, 2013

      14 photos

      Set the alarms at the ungodly hour of 5am to catch the 6am train from Ventimiglia to Pisa. I must have had a small brain fade to book a train so early! Once we were on the train, we were shunted back to second class because the doors on the first class carriage were not working. Pretty ****** seats for a 4.5 hour journey, but we coped!! Arrived at Pisa and headed off to ...