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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is not there, we are in the queue and you need to move to the back of the queue". I looked at her and ignored her and she repeated it in English, again I looked and ignored her. She then said to me what country are you from, where are you from? I turned to her and said "I understand what you said, but I am not interested in talking with you about this subject". Her face turned red and she then carried on like a 2 year old, about me pushing in and was I ...
... for our 90 minute trip to Genoa. Interesting scenery on the way and we got a good feel for the region. Genoa has breathtaking scenery.
Arrived at Genoa station with a three minute cab ride (driver unsuccessfully tried to trick us into paying 20 euros with Jewel promptly referring him back to the meter). Quick and painless check in and we were on the boat within 20 minutes. Our boat has 3700 people on board including ...
... place of Christopher Columbus (did you know that his name is actually Crestoforo Colombo?). I knew he was Italian (this is often a question on Jeopardy and people always miss it and say Spain or Portugal) but I didn’t know I would actually see the house in which he was born in Genova Italy. Kinda cool.
We also learned that Genova has one of the largest and most diverse aquariums in Europe; we decided to go to the aquarium. I know, a fish is a ...
... down which meant we really had to hurry. After literally running up many staircase and travellators at various train stations we made it with 10 minutes to spare. We still had to buy our tickets, however we had sussed out the automatic ticket machines the previous day. We couldn't believe when our machine wouldn't accept any of our cards for payment. This wasted a further 5 minutes until finally Kev's AMEX saved the day. Luckily we just made our train. It only ...
... from being wildly dragged from the aircraft as the door blew out, two reducing the time taken to get off the plane and increasing the chances of making my connection.
The cabin crew begrudgingly found us two seats further forward, by virtue of you reading this blog you will realise the door did not burst open and we did not die horribly, but it could have happened, honest.
The transfer at CDG requires the use of a bus that goes in ...