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TripAdvisor Reviews Pensione Rocca Genoa
Travel Blogs from Genoa
... to the station and I'm positive I would have got there much quicker than a taxi or bus. It's time to sit back and enjoy the countryside, I should be there in about another 45min...I'm so excited, I hope the weather is as nice as it looks like it's going to be :o) So the weather was a mixed bag today but it didn't matter this place is just amazing. Even after what one would call a rough start.....so I thought after reading information ...
... Amore walk as it's only a short 20 minute walk. However ..... the walk was closed and had been for 9 months or so. How come I didn't see anything about that on the internet when I was researching? The place was extremely crowded - we had a cup of coffee and then went straight through on the next train to Monterossa. We weren't impressed with it either - not after coming from our beaches with their open spaces. Had a nice icecream. Caught the R11212 for ...
... passed within
earshot. She did not see us, as she was deep in conversation with an elderly
gentleman. She said that immortal icebreaker: ‘Is this your first cruise?’
I guarantee, it doesn’t matter whom and where you meet someone. This question
will be asked at some stage of the conversion.
Bus tickets in to the city centre are either purchased from
the driver or in advance from a machine.
Have you ever been abroad ...
... it was his professional job to just walk up and down the beach. I thought about taking a picture but did not want my photo taking to be misinterpreted. The beach had a funny dichotomy of those who had just finished hours of hiking and those who wore skimpy bikinis.
As planned, I met up with Hsing-ay and Kaela and we sat on the beach. I was exhausted and enjoyed an Italian beer. Kaela actually put ...
... night that Palladio had no relevancy but Frank Gehry would. Funny. I have a feeling at one point in time even Frank Gehry used the an idea borrowed from Palladio, who's architecture has been repeated for hundreds of years and is still considered genius today. What an idiot. I can't stand his arrogance and his lack of respect for historical architects, architecture or anyone, including professors, who probably know more than him, but he doesn't think they do. But that's another ...