Hotel Al Castello
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Surfers out but not much to catch. Train trip 2 1/2 hrs 6.90€ but only 75km. Milk run. Everything seemed closed an Monterossa- season over. Walked around and saw a sign i recognised from Lonely Planet which turned out to be a letting agency. Took me to block of units- 3 storey with 4 units per level and each unit seems split into 5 separate rooms each with ensuites. Would be noisy and crowded in season but only saw one other person. ...
... like a local at Centrale. 1 hour wait fro train to Genoa- an Intercity route costs 20€ for what suppose to be 90 min trip. Took over 2 hours. Passing through more flat farmland ( could have been in France) till we got to mountainous country and seems like one eternal town, but probably a series of towns. All closely built with 3-6 storey flats. Not pretty. Arr Genoa around 2 pm. Heavy rain. Limited facilities at station which is a ...
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 ...
... re finding that the machine coffee is about the best part of breakfast. :-(. We now get ready for the shuttle that is picking us up at 10:30. These cars will transport us to Gavi, where we begin the Ciclismo trip.
Now in Gavi! We shuttled to Gavi, the start of our bike trip. About an hour and a half. John, Tom, and Colette scrambled to assemble their bikes while the rest of us met our fellow travelers. Looks to be an interesting group! Matthew ...
... parking lots. Convenience trumps aesthetics here, I guess. But it does have a friendly neighborly feel to it, with a lot of folks out strolling and shopping along its rather generic pedestrian streets. I take a few minutes just to get my thoughts together. It's been a whirlwind couple of days. I must admit I haven't had ...