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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
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... with houses and crops. At the top we hit the main street, glad to have made it (Abbie, who refused to eat back at Manarola, didn't feel good, think from lack of food!!). We sat on benches kindly provided for unfit climbers (had to fight other tourists for them) while we caught our breath and cooled slightly, then we followed the road downhill to the next bay and a small strip of shops/cafes. Chose one (may have been the only one open), ...
... Monica walked into our lives. She overheard Matt asking the guys, and I asked her if she spoke English. She said YES and really wanted to help us. She said we were at the wrong train station, but she would take us to the right one since it was too confusing for us to get there. They were doing major renovations in the train station, and no one in Genova speaks English, so she insisted she take us. She had perfect English and said she's been studying it. Without her ...
... old, so it can fishtail a bit when it's wet.
Near Riva Trigoso I hit the coast again and slowly the clouds began to break up and some sun came through. I hadn't bothered to look at any maps, as I just had to head towards Genoa and beyond and I would be heading towards Abenga and Alassio.
That's the reason I ended up in Portofino. I wasn't really sure what was going on, but there was some sort of a road block where a policewoman was ...
... the Allens checked in onboard, but felt we had saturated ourselves both physically and “experientially” – and whilst our hearts were warm, our hands and feet were freezing and the temptation of a hot lunch, bubbles in hand overlooking Genoa against the hillside was too too tempting, besides I think Giva would have had a conniption if we had even suggested it! So back to the ship, up to the top deck of the indoor pool for a spot of lunch and ...
... intact walls from the romantic period We ate lunch at Nonna Clara's. I had pasta with wild boar meat sauce. If anyone out there thought that I kept Kosher let me abuse you of that notion. Joey had ravioli with meat sauce. Tom and Serene split a caprese salad and ravioli with spinach and ricotta . We were all pleased with our choices. Now back up the coast towards Genoa, Will we find someplace else to stop before we get ...