Farmhouse B&B Castagnola 64

Address: 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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      Start Of 9 Night Cruise

      A travel blog entry by kiwiaus on Sep 24, 2014

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      ... as on MSC children under 17 are free. About 95% of the passengers are from Europe. The food also has a European flavour with Pizza, pasta, cheeses, sundried tomatoes, cold meats etc amongst some of the food available. There is a buffet available for breakfast, lunch and dinner and dining rooms with an al a carte menu. The ship has 2 pools and about 11 bars and lounges. The entertainment was by the pool during the day and every night there was a show in ...

      Hello old friends!

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      ... village called Hartley Pool in the North of England. The residents of Hartley Pool thought the monkey was a German spy and HANGED him!!!!! They are known as the place that hanged a monkey apparently! Poor Giva fell over in a dead faint (such a drama queen), which Bill thought was very funny and so kept making references to Hartley Pool throughout dinner hopping he would swoon again, even though Dizzy glared at him with her fiercest expression. We have ...

      Arrivederci Italia!

      A travel blog entry by laurabonhard on Jul 17, 2012

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      ... someone to buy a ticket to Ventimiglia at the machine, as you can buy the "Regular" ticket there and not the “IC”/fast train ticket. I assume you can buy a new ticket in France for either a train or bus for the last part. However, at the counter my ticket cost 23,70 euro, roughly 5 euro more than I expected—aka the fast vs. regular train. Asking for the regular train was not understood, so I just got my ticket and proceeded ...

      Just Genoa. In by train, out by boat!

      A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Oct 13, 2011

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... journey. Alarm bells should have rang when I didn’t notice a meter in the car!

      Check in was straightforward and our silver membership ensured we got express check-in.

      Our cabin is snug (to put it politely!) but we knew already what to expect. However, we didn’t expect the 2 ‘pull out’ bunks hanging on the wall. We just hope that if the sea gets a bit choppy, they stay in the ‘up’ position. I was going to pull the bed down ...

      Wow - Train strikes and the amazing Cinque Terre

      A travel blog entry by andye10000 on Sep 18, 2011

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      ... That’s it for now – we’ll see where we end up.

      Hi again –it’s now Tuesday evening. Yes, we eventually made it to Manarola, had to get a taxi from La Spezia (cost us 50 Euros – about $75 NZ but it was worth it). Manarola is a stunning wee village, built into a crevice down the side of a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean. Our room is in a place up near the top of town (the bonus of getting a taxi to the carpark at the top of town ...