- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... at this point. The taxi driver again did not speak much English and took us to the Costa cruise line port and let us out. There was no boat and at this point we were all confused. We got out of the taxi and a lady walking by told us the boat left yesterday. We were so confused and started to freak out we messed up the days. Another man came over and looked at our papers and said the boat was in Savona, a town about an hour away. At this point I really ...
... own system. So before we could get off to meet Marion and Neville (and Dizzy) of course we had to pack everything into our bags, attach tags to indicate our new cabin number, go and stand in a long queue to get new cabin/key cards, reprogram our new safe and deposit valuables in it and then get in another long line with 3000 disembarking passengers – not easy to do when you have one lovesick monkey leaping around and squealing and constantly asking when we ...
... by many. Please be with those that do not have families, that are hurting, those that are alone, those are in pain. May love be felt by them as well. Use the Pathfinders to be the hands and feet to touch the world around us.
P.S. As I was writing this, a friend of mine and her children were driving down the highway 20 in Angwin. They met a tragic accident. She and her children perished in this said accident. Her children Dara and Gem were adventurers in the ...
After a nice night sleeping we woke to another beautiful morning (hope this weather keeps up) as we headed to the port of Genoa (population 600K). It appeared we were a little behind time but that was a benefit as allowed time for a shower and then to go out and watch as we arrived into Port. Unbelievable how they can maneuver ships these days. The Captain spun her around and then reversed parked. This is ...
... courtesy bus to take us to the camp site which turns up quite quickly (5 minutes - I come). The camp site is 3km from town (which we did know) along a fairly narrow road (which we feared). We checked in and were taken to our pitch which was near the end of the campground, up hill on a small terrace. The ground was either long grass/weeds on fine gravel or bigger gravillons. We find a small area that has been used by another tent in the recent past and ...