AC Hotel Genova by Marriott
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We awoke to find that we were entering port in Genoa right on time at 8am. It was amazing to watch the ship turn within its own length and then reverse in to its berth right on the doorstep of the city. After breakfast we set off to explore and with the help of a tourist map and explanation from the guide were soon wandering through the narrow confines of this beautiful city. The buildings and laneways suggest a lifestyle so different from what ...
... gust of wind to the horror and consternation of some tourists sitting on the steps. Having been so gob-smacked by all we had seen so far we decided to go back to the church of Gesu and the Jesuits near the Palazzo Ducale where we had been last night. It was open and we were able to go in. A mass was in progress – all in Latin and we sat at the back and listened. It too is stunning inside. Words do not do justice to the paintings, ...
After lunch I met the Pathfinders. They sang the Pathfinder song in Italian. They said their Italian creed and pledge. they stood in two rows representing Pathfinders and Genoa. I think it was translated this way:
“ Who are you? We are Genoa.
Who are you? We are the Pathfinders.
What do you do? Genoa, we carry the light of Jesus in the dark places. Where there is sadness and pain, we give you the message of hope.”
That is ...
... which was so sad to do! :( Though I'm glad I had the chance to meet and get to know them and hopefully we will all keep in contact!
Saturday was the day me, Jenny and Olivia finally made our way to Genoa, Italy! After only about 4 hours of sleep on Friday night, we woke up at 6am in preparation for our 7:11am train there and you can bet we were exhausted. Our first train took us to Ventimiglia, Italy where we had about an hour to kill until our next train ...
... to the porch while Val packs up all the sleeping gear and the inner tent. Val then comes to the porch and puts on full rain gear and we then both take down the fly.
The tent had quite a bit of water at the foot but nothing had gotten really wet, the tent site was awash with 2 cms of water in places. We manage to pack eveything away into the packs and are in time for the first shuttle but we really do ...