Essiale Bed and Breakfast

Address: Via Gropallo 14/2, Genoa, Italian Riviera, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Centro Est area of Genoa, is near Via Garibaldi, Porta Soprana, Piazza Banchi, and America.
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    Travel Blogs from Genoa

    Day 48 - MSC transfer from Venice to Genoa

    A travel blog entry by ttdaniel on Oct 05, 2014

    ... met some great people and shared our travel stories....then conversation turned to about our pets and we started sharing photos. If I had WiFi I would have shown them the awesome video Jesika made of Romeo and Stitch. The receptionist had told us the bus trip from Venice to Genoa was 1hr 45mins. We left at 9am and arrived at the Genoa port terminal at 2pm. I was worried when we stopped for a lunch break on the way to Genoa as to how long ...

    Monica from Genoa we LOVE you

    A travel blog entry by krisdee on Sep 26, 2014

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    ... out since, we now had to take a train to this town. The lady tried giving us directions to the train station. We made it there (so we thought) and bought tickets, but it wouldn't let you pick the location. As we were waiting for the train and trying to figure out what direction we were going to have to go, Matt went to ask a few guys for help, but none of them spoke English. I was getting really worried we were going to get on the wrong train and that's when ...

    Worthful p(a)laces

    A travel blog entry by jackir on Aug 25, 2014

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    ... to add to our pizzas as generally they put the pesto with pasta instead. We've seen very few beggars (so different from my earlier trips to Italy) and few street sellers (always Senegalese), but a few dogs, either out walking or on the train (small pets and dogs are allowed on the train- we wonder about the definition of small as there was definitely a Labrador on yesterday's train!) There's been quite a lot of ...

    Hello old friends!

    A travel blog entry by keithandialaska on Nov 23, 2013

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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 ...