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... but then again Geoff thinks I’m a bit weird. There is also a large statue to Christopher Columbus, we think he was born here, but couldn’t find any info in English, so are not sure.
The city reached its modern limits at about 1330, thanks to aggressive buildings by such powerful families as Spinola, Doria, Fieschi and Grimaldi. There is about 5 kilometres of fortified walls around the city dating from 1626 to 1632.
We walked over 10 kilometres again today. ...
... check out our buys and get ready for dinner . Our new dining mates are all from England! One lovely couple that have done a lot of travel and he had one brother who emigrated to N.Z and another to Australia so a bit in common to talk about. Another couple who I think may be hard work, and the other lady who is travelling on her own was grizzling that her wardrobe wasn't big enough for all her clothes! Hmmmmmm........watch this space ...
... being faithfully completed. We toured the Passion Tower (on the side of the Passion story) and spent over 4 hours just wandering and looking. Who wants to come back with us in 2030 when it is finished? More delicious Spanish food and then off to the airport for the flight to Genoa. In 2 1/2 hours from take off, we were in our charming hotel in ...
... only cost €3 return and having checked with Trip Advisor,
discovered out of 300 comments, 199 had marked this attraction as excellent
while 88 had marked Nervi as very good. This left 13 who only felt the
experience was average! There
is no pleasing some people. Even if Doctor Who himself personally chauffeured
them to watch a plasma storm in a spiral planetary Nebula from the highest
mountain on Androzami Major they would probably say it was ...
Woke up this morning to glorious sunshine, and thought we would take advantage and head out on the train to Cinque Terre.
Evidently they have had a lot of rain this Spring, and have not had more than two days of sunshine before it pours down. So it is great opportunity.
They have also had a lot of small slips and erosion (which we could see on the 'patch up job' done on the roads from Levanto yesterday!)
Daryl and ...