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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We set off from the apartment this morning around 10:30, it's cloudy but warm, expecting 16 degrees, tropical! Purchased tickets for the train back down the coast, planning to get off at Riomaggiore or Manarola (1st and 2nd of the five fishing villages that make up the Cinque Terre). Chose Manarola, it's tiny, quaint, just one uphill, meandering street lined with shops and restaurants/cafes (predominantly closed for the winter, it seems). Only ...
... generally got a little sorted. Feeling relaxed. By 1pm some of us needed a meal. The sick ones voted to stay put while Michael, Ellen and I went out for a stroll and to find a restaurant for lunch. Rapallo is quiet, and small, and there's no selfie stick sellers! Very pretty. Think Doc Martin's seaside village, Portwenn. As the afternoon rolled on, with card games, ...
... luggage is just where we left it and we board the train for Viareggio from where we take a taxi to Pietrasanta, our base for the our visit to the Cinque Terre. The Albergo Pietrasanta is a grand 17th C. palazzo formerly known as Barsanti-Bonetti; our room is large and comfortable and the pink marble bathroom, 'to die for'. We dine on suckling pig on a bed of roasted onions at Il Circo, a pretty restaurant near the hotel, our meal is delicious and all is ...
... Cattedrale Di San Lorenzo. It was built to hold John the Baptists ashes in 1155. Apparently for centuries the churchyard was the only public meeting place. Inside there are many small altars and chapels and the ceiling and pillars are painted in rich colours with gold featuring prominently. Breath-taking is all I can say. Giva had a near miss outside posing on one of the imposing lions flanking the entrance when he was blown onto the steps by ...
... met Gabrielle who translated the whole sermon and service to me in English. I met Pol, it was his birthday and we sang to him in three languages during potluck. I met Betti and she wanted so much to talk to me but she only spoke Italian. But, we somehow did and we said to it’s each other, “Lo vi vedro di nuovo, se non sulla terra ti vedro in paradiso sotto l’albero della vita.” (I will see you again, if not on earth I will see you in heaven under the ...