Hotel Agnello D'Oro
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... bar and ordered Vino. I can actually order beer and wine in three different languages now, I'm a multi-linguist.
Once the rain had slowed enough we walked back to the hotel to put the feet up for a bit.
Wandered just down the road for dinner at a nearby Ristorante.
Off to Levanto and Cinque Terre tomorrow.
Au Revoir Nice, back on the train again today, stay was too short. Train travel has been very easy and enjoyable so far apart from that one leg where it was very hot and stuffy.
Catch the Train from Nice Ville to Genova Piazza Principe on the Trenitalia Thello, had four seats to ourselves for most of the way. Travelled through Monte Carlo, San Remo and all along the coast to Genoa.
... skies are filled with more sparse And thinner cloud levels. We fly over France and can see a patchwork of farming land. It is very pretty. Clouds hide the most of the English Channel but I did see the English coast as we cross over to England. I arrived in London at Gatwick airport and it is a big airport but not as chaotic as I thought. First job was to get some English pounds from the ATM which I think is more economical ...
... the hills and the walls between them are second only to the Great Wall of China. Impressive! Then walked thru the old town, (the arch with the photos is from 1155), the shopping district and the port before the obligatory gelato - lemon (always a good pick) and chocolate fondant (why?), thick and gooey. Then to the supermarket for supplies! Out for Pizza tonite, a bit of a rest now and planning for the next few ...
... sculpture, the Avatar of their day. The doges of Genoa needed big impressive palaces to impress the royalty to whom they were lending money.
We also saw Paganini's violin which he called Cannone, for it's sound. No one could figure out why it made the sound it did. We couldn't take pictures of it, so you must visit Genoa if you want to see it. Be careful, remember that Paginini sold his soul ...