Il Giardino di Albaro
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... they couldn’t speak English, but we passed them later and there was another man there, they pointed to us and he came over to us, he could speak English quite well.
Genoa is Italy’s biggest port, while we couldn’t walk around the port we were able to walk directly into a large terminal before exiting outside. It’s a mountainous region with most of the town being built on the mountain side, sort of in layers. We also saw many up ...
... We eased into the day quietly with late breakfast in the much calmer canteen as we watched from the deck the chaos below with everyone getting into buses and away! That's us in 11 days! We set off at 10.00 am to visit the old Italian city of Genoa . So many old buildings and cobblestoned narrow streets with lovely old buildings at every turn. We had a little map that our Canadian friends popped under our door as they were ...
Arrived at Genoa Piazza Principe (Stazione Principe) about 19.00. Although we hadn't booked a hotel in Genoa, I'd made some notes in Australia and luckily took them with me. One of the hotels I'd noted was the Nuova Nord only 50 metres from the station on Via Balbi - so we went to it. First of all, we were told it was fully booked. Then she says "Oh, here's a room - but the air-conditioning isn't working. We can do that at a reduced rate ...
... adjacent to the flight gate after having
passed through the ticket collection waiting for the shuttle to take us to the
aircraft, a lady approached and asked us if we were on ‘the cruise’.
‘Yes’, Roisin replied.
‘Can you tell us what happens?’ asked the lady
‘Did you book your flight through MSC?’
‘Yes’, she confirmed.
‘You should be met by an MSC rep. Where ...
... noticed last night that the nearby church chimes all through the night on the hour and the half hour, which makes for an interesting nights sleep!
So, off we went.
Heading firstly to the furtherest village of Cinque Terre, from Deiva Marina. It is called Riomaggiore.
It is a really tiny village with one patch of cobbled 'road' (there are no cars in the Cinque Terre villages because of their remoteness, and rugged ...