Castello di Monleone
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... transfer point. Our names were not on the list for a transfer to the next ship. Our travel agent had not booked us on the bus. We were very lucky that there were a few spare seats and we got on the bus to Genoa. We were under the impression we had a free transfer between our cruises. We were told we would be charged for the transfer on MSC Splendida. I will add this issue to the list I have for our complaint letter. Once on board the ...
... had explored Old Genoa, before the Med cruise and they had done so the day before. The bus driver strike we had experienced in Rome was now taking place in Genoa so our options were walk, train or catch a cab with a minimum fee of 25 euros being charged due to the strike. Because of the pouring rain we decided on the cab option and with 4 of us (no extra charge for monkeys), we could split the cost and each pick up the tab for one way. We were glad we did as ...
... that He has in store for you - a crown of life. Rest in peace in Jesus, Archie, Dara and Gem. We love you! We will meet again in Resurrection morning!
People I've met so far:
1. Soraya & Santiago.
2. Esther & her husband.
10. 2 annoying American girls from St.Louis.
11. Carly from Seattle
13. Britney who's ...
... usual great selection, including scrambled eggs (and ketchup on the side). I lingered over breakfast and visited with a few people including two couples from Norway, but some didn’t seem to be very talkative so I ignored them. I hung around the Lobby for awhile after breakfast and visited with the Hotel owners, but eventually decided to head for the station to buy my tickets for the ongoing trip on Sunday.
On my walk down to the Piazza, I ...
... to come back! :) Especially given the fact we only had about 4 hours there!! I'll be back Italy, dont you worry. Though hopefully next time I'll know a little bit of Italian, because trying to navigate through a city where you have no idea what anyone is saying is really difficult!! People would speak to us in Italian and clearly we would show we had no idea what they were saying yet they continue to talk in Italian. Talk about frustrating!
Well today ...