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... the roughness and dirtiness of the area. It was all pretty gross and not at all like the pretty little streets of Paris or Nice. We eventually reached a nicer area, where the majority of the old buildings were and found a few that were worthy of photos. We were quite hungry so headed to the restaurant relatively early. The restaurant was a typical Genovese style restaurant, and we both ordered primi and secondi dishes. Bradley's primi ...
... St George killing the dragon. I enjoyed wandering around Porto Antico in the sun looking at the luxury boats and the many ristorantes and bars. Museo Luzzati is located within the old city gate and the fortress Porta Siberia.
I really enjoyed wandering along Via Garibaldi (formally Strada Nuova) with its beautiful palaces which are the subject of paintings by Ruben and part of UNESCO's ...
... he thought
he’d make a sale (it was still way overpriced…by about €6!!) I told him to ****
off! You wanted to stay to play your stupid game. I played your stupid game.
NOW DO ONE!! I didn't catch what he muttered as he walked away (although I did
recognise the hand gesture as similar to those made at the bus ticket machine!)
but I’m sure it wasn’t ‘Bah, foiled again!!
It had been another long day. We ate ...
... Then it was just ocean all the way to Spain... the waves were rolling in, and it looked so beautiful and rough and wild.
In the summer time you can take a ferry between the villages, it would be gorgeous to be able to see them from the sea. But the sea is so rough at this time of year that we are happy to take the train.
I am surprised how many tourists there are here. There are not enough to cause any waiting or ...
Next we got off the train at Genova. This is where Christopher Columbus is from. And apparently nothing else is here. We should have known this would not be a stellar stop when it was not even listed in our guide book as anything more than a place to change trains. Unfortunately, we had over an hour to kill.
So we found ourselves a post office ...