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Disembarkation takes a long time! There
were final farewells to be said, passports to be reclaimed and a lot
of waiting! It was also raining in Genoa. The first real lot of rain
we had had the whole time we were away.
Roger and Stuart being in the ‘real’
cabins got to disembark about an hour before us, …
Adrianjl stayed here on Sep 25, 2009 during their trip titled: Adrian's Travel Blog.
... happily mixing it with the motor vehicles. But so far as we can tell, it all works out just fine. Wok is not doing too badly, though his thigh is still very painful. As long as we don't walk too fast, and there aren't too many steps, he manages. Fortunately his ability to eat pasta and Italian bread and cheese is unimpaired. The weather is still beautiful, fine and a little bit cooler, which is very pleasant. We hope you are all well and happy, 'cause we are!! With love, Lyn and ...
... grey hairs out of the experience. A man coming along behind us helped Wok up. His worst injury was to his thigh, as he fell on his camera, which was in his pocket, and though the camera came through undamaged, his thigh muscle is very seriously painful. Not too much strenuous activity for a day or two, I think. The weather is still perfect. Apart from Wok's mishap we are well and looking forward to whatever comes our way in the next two weeks. Lots of love, Lyn and ...
... but the weather wasn't warm enough so her feet were the only things to get wet. Arrived at Santa Margherita and walked around a bit but most of the shops were closed until 4pm so we decided to catch the next ferry back to Rapallo. This is our last night in Italy and we have not been disappointed by the food, sights and the cost of things. Arrrivaderci ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility