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Travel Blogs from Rapallo
... We eased into the day quietly with late breakfast in the much calmer canteen as we watched from the deck the chaos below with everyone getting into buses and away! That's us in 11 days! We set off at 10.00 am to visit the old Italian city of Genoa . So many old buildings and cobblestoned narrow streets with lovely old buildings at every turn. We had a little map that our Canadian friends popped under our door as they were ...
... very clean. There is very little litter. Family really is important to Italians. We frequently saw fathers wheeling their newborns, or three generations out promenading, or eating in a restaurant. Finally, but maybe most important of all, gelato is NOT ice cream. The first Australian company to realise this and somehow acquire an Italian recipe will make a fortune. So, a sad farewell from Rapallo. Tomorrow night in Milan, then home. God bless, Lyn and ...
... came to a lovely fruit and vegetable market, which was probably where most of them were bent on going! But we couldn't buy anything, because tomorrow is our last day here, so we're using up our supplies. Unfortunately in Rapallo we only had the supermarket, but it had quite nice fruit and veg. Chiavari is interesting in that a lot of the main shopping area has arcaded streets, with archways, and a lot of the columns made of slate, which ...
... is pork chop and baked potatoes with rosemary (the latter from the freezer section) for me, while Wok has, can you guess? pasta. Across the street from our hotel, between us and the waterfront, is a small piazza. There are some nice trees, lots of seats, and the piece-de-resistance is the blue pond with four big green frogs spouting water out of their mouths. I was a bit worried when I went out for a walk this morning because the pool ...
We woke this morning to stormy skies, but there was some blue sky too, so we decided to ignore the forecast, which told us there was a 40% chance of rain, and do as we had planned for the day. This was to go to Portofino by bus, and walk to San Fruttuoso, a small village in the Portofino Park, which is only accessible by sea, or by a trail over the hills/mountains, and then come back by ferry. If the seas are rough the ferry doesn't run, but we were ready to start ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking