Columbus Sea Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Columbus Sea Hotel Genoa
Travel Blogs from Genoa
... ceilings were decorated with elaborate murals and carvings and many walls were painted to give the impression of columns, doors and windows, where there were none.
By the time we had done two of the palaces, we had to take a break for pizza and wine, before we could muster up the energy to tackle the third.
Genoa has been an interesting place to see, with its large harbour hosting some huge private yachts, some cruise liners ...
We found ourselves in Genoa today. We did a hop on hop off double decker bus ride. We found out this is where Christopher Columbus is from and saw many monuments for him and his house!
Sophie saw something that she thought she might take up as a living: at a busy intersection on red lights a guy came out and did an amazing juggling act with battons then ran up to all the cars with a hat for €! Would be ok if she could juggle!?!
I noticed a ...
... and at peace with the world as we waddled around town taking in the sights. We leave the old part of the city, and just outside the walls we come across a house that Christopher Columbus used to live in. We wander through the streets and narrow alleyways where if you stretch hour arms out you can touch both sides of the street at once. Here there were children playing and neighbours talking, there would only be entrances to the many apartments above, and suddenly ...
... by the fresh tomatoes. The dried oregano was liberally sprinkled over the entire dish, and was a bit overpowering, but we still enjoyed the dish thoroughly. Our primi course included two pastas: Trofiette with pesto Genovese, and Panzoti filled with spinach and cheese and served with a traditional almond sauce. Since we were in Genoa (Genova in Italian), we figured we couldn't have a meal without having some pesto bearing the town's name, and we were so glad we did. ...
... of our
departure, my back was giving me problems so she drove the car to work.
It transpired that in her haste, Roisin had forgot to pack
my black dickie and my cuff links. Disaster!! This meant that, in spite of my
bad back (I think it is a trapped nerve!), I would have to walk to M & S,
all of 400m, to see if I could find cheap replacements. The cruising clientele
don’t seem to notice such things. I’ve been walking around in ...