Farmhouse B&B Castagnola 64
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the 1010 flight to Rome. We joined the taxi group, as there was no queue, wrong!! The Brazilians see themselves as the police of queues, if there are more than 5 people anywhere they shuffle and herd them into a queue and then determine who is first in the queue and no one can get past anyone else in the queue. So I join the group, to wait and this Brazilian lady turns to me and says ( i am pretty sure she said this) (loudly and aggressively) in Portugese, ...
... arrived earlier than requested however it was soon obvious that the driver was their to drive us and not help move luggage from the 4th floor unit so all heavy lifting (four trips in total) was left to David. Quick trip to the train station followed from where we had to pay a local to help us find where to book tickets at which rime we realised we should have pre booked as the train was almost full. Luckily we got our tickets ...
... both Leah and I were exhausted. So we decided to use Genova as our travel point in which to rest and begin to get our selves together for the least leg of travel that would put us in the direction of school in Belgium.
So being that we were in the mood to be lazy travelers we opted for the 6 euro train ride around the city just so that we could say we saw some of the important landmarks in Genova. While on the train we learned that this was actually ...
... calzone and spaghetti bolognaise was washed down well with red wine and Belgian Trappist beers. The beers were from the same Belgian Trappist breweries that we visited when were in Belgium with Tom in June. Delightful end to a good day.
The next morning we left Milan to travel further south to the Cinque Terre region as walking the Cinque Terre trail was the main reason for our trip to Italy. We packed our bags and decided on a whim to try and make the ...
... so long. I composed myself and pointed out that with a leaking emergency door with a leaky inflatable ring inside it that was making a terrible noise that I would prefer to move to a safer seat. She looked me sternly in the eye and told me that I was not the first person to mention the life threatening door seal, my words, as if being second made it better and me lesser.
I asked calmly to move seats forward to solve two problems, firstly ...