BEST WESTERN Hotel Porto Antico
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... even found a building that had a woman painted on the building looking out a window .See pic . Although it was a cooler day the sun came out in the afternoon , so spent a few hours by the pool reading and enjoyed the spa . I think we are going to leave SML earlier than planned for Levanto . We are looking for forward to getting our apartment for 4 days , having cooking facilities and can creating our own meals with local produce ...
... yummy ! A 13 minute train ride took us over the border to Italy , we had a 90 min wait here so we walked to the beach and I had my first Limoncello .Garry had '3 Becks beers and the pretty waitress bought him a tray of olives . He was in a happy place about now. I spoilt his reverie as it was time to catch the train to Genova It's a 2 hour trip so I might sneak a snooze. We are now waiting on a ...
... one of his movies that is currently used for educational purposes. This part of the harbor has been 'reset' in a lovely 'park' with palm trees, wide walkways, benches, and an area for meetings. Back in town we see the ducal palace, the site of the G8 meeting and the house where Christopher Columbus was born. Our tour concludes in the modern part of Genova where we board an elevator for a 'belvedere'-360 degree views of the city. Loredana ...
Early rise at 6:30AM as we are meant to leave the ship within 30 minutes of docking. Great fun trying to close our bags (we all agree we need to pay for another suitcase to ease the pain). Last breakfast where Del got a double serving of smoked salmon with capers with Alex having excellent runny poached eggs with Hollandaise sauce.
Chaos leaving the boat as we ...
Reluctant to leave but set off to find the head of the Rhone glacier on the way out of Switzerland. Drove through some pretty valleys and over some relatively low passes to climb up the final pass, full of hair pin bends, when at the point of a large dam wall, the road was closed by a serious looking barrier....so close and yet too far! Had to back track most of the way back to Interlaken and take ...