Farmhouse B&B Castagnola 64

Castagnola 64, Genoa, Italian Riviera, 16040, Italy | B&B
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This B&B is located in the Medio Levante area of Genoa.
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    Travel Blogs from Genoa

    Home Sweet Home

    A travel blog entry by megs36 on Oct 20, 2013

    6 comments, 5 photos

    ... at Tap 42 for ladies night, small world! I was then shown to my new room which was decorated with balloons and welcome signs. The cabin was much larger than I had imagined. Upon entering, my roommates bed is first, then the bathroom, then my bed at the back. I have a door to my space so am allowed complete privacy! The room is small, but no smaller than the space I'd been sharing with three other girls for the last month. I have plenty of room ...

    Finally a Post!

    A travel blog entry by lubadubdub on Jun 22, 2013

    14 photos

    ... and Monaco) and now to Genoa since I took off from Seattle 11 days ago.

    I knew traveling with my best friend Chris would be a blasty blast, but did not expect the amount of enjoyment, camaraderie and sheer fun I have experienced traveling with Alex and Anthony as well (aka Alexey and Antonio/Antwaan…. We all have European travel names, mine is Lubito, Chris's is Chris : ) ). We travel like we have been a wolf pack ("The Hangover" reference) for more ...

    Cinque Terre, 7 hour hike and italian pasta

    A travel blog entry by brentandange on Jun 09, 2012

    41 photos

    ... he was mad and frequently commented about it but I was very proud of him. My knee held up really well thank goodness, otherwise im not sure if something had gone wrong i could've been saved. At the end after seeing beautiful vineyards (italians LOVE their vineyards) at the end brent went for a swim in the ocean.
    That night we pretty much showered and went to bed. (after some more pasta)

    Cinque Terre is definitely one of our favourite stops so far.

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    Long walk. I mean long.

    A travel blog entry by culauralynn on Oct 01, 2011

    14 photos

    ... recipe. We made the recipe six times over, and while they came out flat as pancakes they weren't half bad). So we took some cookies, couple waters, banana and got on the train.

    Riomaggiore is known for having the easiest of the five walks so it was covered with tourists when we got there a little after 11. Lots and lots of gray hairs (sorry, but it's true). You have to buy a 5E ticket to walk the trail. The idea is that the towns in between are nice to look at, but it's ...

    Where has the month gone?

    A travel blog entry by culauralynn on Sep 30, 2011

    ... time of day there are people in the piazzas talking (with hands gesturing everywhere), playing music in the street, eating gelato or having caffe at a bar. I don't know when these people work! Yesterday we had two bands dueling in the streets of the piazza while sketching. I know that they play Italian style music, but it does sometimes feel like a carnival with all those accordions playing.

    The other thought about the people here: Italians dress much better ...