Hotel Bristol Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Bristol Palace Genoa
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... in artwork. A bit run down and some damage from recent floods but there are at least another 2 floors of this opulence. Property had several makeovers from different owners in last couple centuries, and donated to Italy by last owner in early 20 century. Missed direct train so caught local train with change at other Genoa stn. Bit difficult to work out the system but got there in the end. Train runs beside Med. Would be spectacular on a ...
... 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 ...
... The city itself was quite pretty but a lot of the shops were closed (even after siesta) and quite a few weirdos around so we just chilled at the hostel after dinner and played our new card game "Pablo" which was taught to is by an Aussie who learnt it from a French guy and then we taught this game to French tourists in Genoa. I can't remember if I wrote about this game in my Cinque Terre post as we learnt it there ...
... was much preferred. I went and sat outside while we waited for dinner time. It was so gorgeous, the ocean and the waves, the bright blue sky, and the continuous horizon of small Italian towns on the coast. Absolutely amazing.
The next day began at 8am. When the owners aren't on board the day goes like:
10am - Breakfast
12pm - Lunch
5pm - Dinner
We had a bbq instead of a traditional dinner ...
... Italy and I was very pleased to leave!
Quick additions from Stu:
Genoa is a bit rough around the edges, some lovely old palazzos and squares, but a few dodgy areas too (including our hotel). Had a lovely dinner overlooking the harbour and watching the sun go down, and it was worth a quick day stop to break up what would otherwise have been a 7 hour train journey...
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