B&B Rifugio Uscio

Address: Salita Olivi 8 e 9, Genoa, Italian Riviera, 16030, Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Salita Olivi 8 e 9, Genoa, is near Santuario di Montallegro, Castle of Montallegro, Golfo Paradiso, and Santa Margherita Ligure.
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      Travel Blogs from Genoa

      Train Strike :(

      A travel blog entry by europe50 on Apr 14, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... which is the geographic centre of Genoa. There was a lift but only for staff use ....

      When I ventured out about 4.30pm there was a concert in the piazza, it was a lovely sunny day and there were heaps of people around. The band spoke in Italian but many songs were in English, which was great, I was able to sing along and dance a bit. It was really surreal listening to the band and watching people dance in such an historic ...

      Mamma Mia! Something to see-ah!!

      A travel blog entry by katgoaway on Oct 10, 2013

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... I mention that we had 6 formal nights on this cruise...that's about, oh, 5 too many, in my book! Then it was off to see a comedian, and pop in to the casino for a short visit. I've gotten rather friendly with one of the female crew members there, so I had a bit of a conversation with her and she had the ""house" buy me a very large pina colada. Then, back to the room, and to bed after a very long day that started way too ...

      Genoa for the day

      A travel blog entry by andyeaton on Apr 10, 2013

      ... Where was everyone, have the French nation forsaken air travel or has the world’s air travellers forsaken CDG. I suspect a little of both.

      I have noticed over time that increased demand for airline seats and taxis is a good indicator of economic recovery, on this flimsy basis the French economy is completely moribund.

      Thankfully the lack of people sped our path to the farthest most gate in the universe and we arrived as the ...

      Cinque Terre - our first coastal destination

      A travel blog entry by mark_christina on Jul 16, 2012

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... Trofie il pesto, which was a type of green pasta that on arrival looked like a plate of green beans, but actually tasted like a nice pesto pasta!

      As Heath was still in recovery mode from his 100km Oxfam walk over the weekend, and he and Nathalie were keen to relax and just hit the beach - Mark and I decided to start early and tackle the famous Cinque Terre walk through the 5 towns once again, as it had been a 'must do again' on our list ever since 2007 when we first explored ...

      Train to Genoa

      A travel blog entry by tpelaia on Apr 01, 2012

      ... train.

      We will see when the attended comes by if all is ok with my ticket. I am not sure why they don't have signs posted telling people to validate their tickets. How would a traveler know he had to do that? I couldn't find any attendant around to ask either. Yes, I'm a little anxious!

      The agent passed by and punched my card. Everything is fine. What a relief. All that worrying for nothing.