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Travel Blogs from Genoa
... We eased into the day quietly with late breakfast in the much calmer canteen as we watched from the deck the chaos below with everyone getting into buses and away! That's us in 11 days! We set off at 10.00 am to visit the old Italian city of Genoa . So many old buildings and cobblestoned narrow streets with lovely old buildings at every turn. We had a little map that our Canadian friends popped under our door as they were ...
An ideal choice for a break to regain
your inner harmony and be at peace with nature, Agriturismo Sognando
Villa Edera has the warm,discrete glamour of one of the most
welcoming country villas. Each guest will be amazed by the beauty of
the landscape and by the warm hospitality of the owners.Situated just 3Km from the sea,with 5
fully equipped apartments that have been completely restored
... br> We have been very happy with this hotel (Best Western Metropoli) – location is perfect, outlook great and staff most helpful. They were happy for us to have a late checkout at 1:30, which meant we had the whole morning to explore Genoa. We found it quite easy to find our way around, as everything is well signposted. I committed an act of "fashion kindness" (Quote: Clare Press – fashion designer and author). In the sea ...
... br> Faithful as we march along
In kindness, truth and purity
The message to tell to the world
The truth that will set us free
King Jesus my Savior’s coming back for you and me
I have been a Pathfinder since I was 10 years old. This is one of the first songs I learned in Elementary in the adventist school. In my little young mind, Pathfindering was fun and my little friends and I were there to do the crafts and honor patches and learn about ...
... well, it is not surprising. Being a major port city, like Venice was, Genoa also has alot eastern influences in their windows and embelishments.The best of both worlds.
The city felt 100 times safer and more inviting than when I strolled through Naples a few days earlier. My walk took me past Ferrari square (there was also a Corvette square), down Lorenzo Street and onto the harbor. I guess I should not have been surprised to find a pirate galleon ...