Farmhouse B&B Castagnola 64
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... having to pay to go to the sea side.
Sunday we headed for the hills, in the wonderful Fiat Cinqeciento, it's amazingly spacious inside and enjoyed a picnic in the hills. There was no one else about everyone else was on the coast. There was a lovely river, I would have swum in but the others were clearly nothing like so impressed.
Monday was a taster of Genoa. It's a really big medieval city with an impressive collection ...
... Not only are they flying me to Europe, (later I find out Genoa, Italy) but I also get brand new uniforms, shoes, even socks! And all toiletries are provided for me. Too good to be true. And, coincidentally enough, I left on Tuesday so reached my goal of not paying anymore rent, happy girl!
Prior to getting the job, it was Andrea's last week at the house, so clearly a party was in order. It was perfect timing that we both left within days of each other. The ...
... of Geona. To top it off we realised we'd missed our stop so got off at the next availed stop. It wasn't really giving us a good impression of Northern Italy. We finally got a train out of the ghetto and unanimously decided to only stay one night. However once we arrived at the one star 'Hotel Agentina' the lovely old dear who was in charge had a hard time understanding English. The promise of biscotti and cappuccino sealed ...
... with one pencil, but it is going to take some practice. These aren't the greatest drawings in the world, I tend to like to draw lighter, but Henrique's pencil makes a difference. Also, we only have an hour at an time to draw, so you have to learn to draw quickly. I think that is where my extra years "experience" helps. Most classmates can't do but 1/4 of the drawing in that time. But that is also because they are so incredibly precise with what they are doing. No big deal, ...
... in La Spezia we walk down the main pedestrian road to the waterfront. Everyone of these towns has something to recommend it. The day was overcast...actually a nice change. The docks were busy with commercial fishing boats. As we walked back into town it was around 6 pm and we were hungry as we had had no lunch. We found a bar with outdoor seating in a small square. We looked around and discovered we were the oldest people there. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking