I Capricci

Address: Via San Vincenzo 1 int 8 , Genoa, Italian Riviera, 16121 , Italy | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located in the Corte Lambruschini area of Genoa, is near Porta Soprana, Alta Via dei Monti Liguri, Forte Castellaccio, and America.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Genoa

Genoa

A travel blog entry by gandcsears on Aug 10, 2015

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... bar and ordered Vino. I can actually order beer and wine in three different languages now, I'm a multi-linguist.

Once the rain had slowed enough we walked back to the hotel to put the feet up for a bit.

Wandered just down the road for dinner at a nearby Ristorante.

Off to Levanto and Cinque Terre tomorrow.
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Nice to Genoa

A travel blog entry by gandcsears on Aug 09, 2015

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Au Revoir Nice, back on the train again today, stay was too short. Train travel has been very easy and enjoyable so far apart from that one leg where it was very hot and stuffy.

Catch the Train from Nice Ville to Genova Piazza Principe on the Trenitalia Thello, had four seats to ourselves for most of the way. Travelled through Monte Carlo, San Remo and all along the coast to Genoa.

Arrived ...

Genoa

A travel blog entry by betger on Jun 04, 2015

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... are many little shops and we admired the beautiful display of tomatoes and fruits. Cherries are in season and very cheap here. Back to the ship, it is formal night again and another cocktail party with the captain. Again the captain failed to show up but as we are about to leave port he is forgiven. We had another great dinner with good company and the entertainers put on the best show yet so a good ...

Genoa to the Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by anjkay on May 22, 2014

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... count. I stocked up on water, a couple of extra bottles, didn't need the extra weight in my backpack but thought it might come in handy...which it did. It was the toughest walk/hike I've ever done especially since not having done much in the way of exercise since my surgery in December but I was in no rush. I made it up to the top peak at 587 metres in about an hour. I thought I was underdressed having runners and a backpack when the ...

Fish, markets & medieval parades...

A travel blog entry by zaynard on Oct 12, 2013

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... wheel, and appeared to have just about every part of the pig in it: ears, jowl, skin, fat, lean meat...OMG, this was some amazing stuff. Porchetta is a meat that you make by deboning a pig torso and stuffing it full of the feet meat, along with seasonings and herbs. Then you roll the whole thing up and cook it nice and slow. Unfortunately, this was the tail end of it, and was just a tad dry. Regardless, we had a lovely little snack upon arriving in Piedmont later ...