Il Borgo Di Genova
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... No kitchen. No facilities. 40€ Per night.ok value - clean and just few yrs old. Town has closed up out of season feel. Sea rough and lots debris on shore- obviously had big storm recently. Lunch at local bar - focaccia and tomato salad - pretty ordinary but what do we expect from a bar on seafront in tourist town. The town survives on cinque terre visitors - most building converted to tourism use - bars restaurants and accom. ...
... along one avenue. Was a very wealthy town at one time and a separate principality run by the Garibaldi family before they went to Venice. Maze of lane ways behind main piazza with little shops and bars. Stopped for a beer in one place with a cellar restaurant. Hot and sweaty waterproof and jumper- but the Italians are rugged up in overcoats and scarves- think its a fashion statement. Went out again for dinner- down an interesting looking ...
... used to. We visited the cathedral of San Lorenzo and the Jesus Church both of which were celebrating mass so that restricted our viewing. However we continued our wandering and exploration of the narrow walkways. Crossing the road has some issues as it is so hard to adjust to looking left right left instead of what we are used to. Mary looks every which way and then waits!! We followed our map to the elevator which took us to the lookout over ...
... main and desert. ‘The treadmill in the gym tells you how many calories you burn so Del says it all comes down to maths and you can eat what the treadmill says’ We’re not sure about that this is entirely correct!
David picked up a nasty head cold in Rome which he kindly shared with Jolene. The rest of us aren’t getting too close because it has slowed them down a bit. David even went to ...
... that also has a famous counter part in New York City. We had a delicious gnocchi with pesto sauce that was absolutely one of my favorite meals during my whole time in Europe. Mattia taught us how to make pesto since we loved it so much and he says everything in a can is gross so you have to make it yourself. I’ll get the recipe and share!
Mattia also shattered our world and told us all that we know about Italian food in America is wrong. ...