BEST WESTERN City Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN City Hotel Genoa
A perfect little hotel for a city centre stay - spotlessly clean, friendly helpful staff, good facilities in the room, special care taken of women, very kind to our little dog; the only fault I could find is the weak tasteless coffee served at the otherwise satisfactory breakfast.
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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.
... in and she was covered in rust. I did take some pictures but I will only put one or two up because it is a little bit morbid.
As we left the dock we travelled even closer to her and, from our aft balconies, had the best view of what was left of the, once great, cruise ship. Sad....but also one of the real interesting parts of our day in Genoa.
Today we have been in Marseille! Oui Oui!!
... as on MSC children under 17 are free. About 95% of the passengers are from Europe. The food also has a European flavour with Pizza, pasta, cheeses, sundried tomatoes, cold meats etc amongst some of the food available. There is a buffet available for breakfast, lunch and dinner and dining rooms with an al a carte menu. The ship has 2 pools and about 11 bars and lounges. The entertainment was by the pool during the day and every night there was a show in ...
... Marion! Boccadesse is charming. Marion says it is similar to Cinque Terre with the fishing boats, pebbled beach and charming houses. The houses were painted in ochres, terracotta, mustard, salmon pink. Most had shutters and like our previous experience in Genoa (or Genova) as the Italians say, there were hidden treasures to discover everywhere – a pot of scarlet geraniums, fuschia cyclamens in window boxes hanging from wrought iron balconies, or ...
... my own kids at home, their teens are like my own TLT’s, we are all doing the same thing. Training children to love others as Jesus love them. Pathfinder members off the street and instead giving back to their community through community service and serving their own church with the talents that you have given them. Lord, I see that even in Europe your love is felt by these kids and through these kids. Thank you for not leaving us on our own. Your goodness and love ...