B&B Rifugio Uscio
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... the train through the villages :( Having not prepared to spend a day visiting these villages we had to surrender our plans on visiting this UNESCO heritage site. Nick turned around to head back to the Autostrada and there was a fork in the road, one way went directly to the highway and the other went directly back the way we came. We thought we'd take a different route, well not even 500m up this road it narrowed into not ...
... and unsmiling, but that should not put you off."
It's a pity I read the literature I picked up after we left. We could have walked through the long tiled pedestrian tunnel with old photographs of Genoa on the walls; and then gone up the public elevator 'ascensore di Castelletto' to the residential area above the city centre. Apparently it's an incredible view of the city and port from up there, and is quite cheap. I guess we didn't have time for that
... 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 ...
... they left, two couples from the Vancouver area sat down and I also had a nice visit with them. After my dinner of Ravioli al Ragu (and of course Vino), I had my usual two cups of coffee and also ordered a glass of Limoncello, which has been customary when I visit this restaurant.
While I was dining, it occurred to me that perhaps I could use “Live View” on my Camera rather than the Viewfinder, so I decided to try that. The camera ...
... this was going too smoothly so Sergio decided to throw up a small problem in the shape of the windscreen wipers going floppy and tangling with each other. Great. Emergency stop required, up goes bonnet (remember this the boot) and out come the spanners. I sat inside to make sure all working fine from inside (it was raining after all).
<Bob> The wiper problem turned out to be quite simple - just a loose bolt so ...