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... There was also live music in the lounges around the ship and a disco. No excuse for being bored!. One thing that Emma especially enjoyed was the dance lessons. Everything from the Samba to the Cha cha cha. She was in to it. Olivia liked to relax by the pool and have a more laid back cruise. Our room was on the 11th floor and we had a balcony. It was very handy to the pools and buffet on the 13th floor. We walked from our hotel to the ship and were ...
... village called Hartley Pool in the North of England. The residents of Hartley Pool thought the monkey was a German spy and HANGED him!!!!! They are known as the place that hanged a monkey apparently! Poor Giva fell over in a dead faint (such a drama queen), which Bill thought was very funny and so kept making references to Hartley Pool throughout dinner hopping he would swoon again, even though Dizzy glared at him with her fiercest expression. We have ...
... in an office building! Except replace that with a roughly blasted out mountain tunnel. Popped out near some little shops and voila! – Stazione Genova Principe right across the way. Thanks bakery girl! I had over an hour, so I sat in front of a GIANT statue of Christopher Columbus (he was born in Genoa!) to eat my focaccia.
I had to buy my ticket at the counter as the machines did not do international tickets. In hindsight, I ...
... 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 ...
As luck would have it, our hotel was next to an elevator that takes you through the rock face up to Castel d’Albertis high on the hilltop where I was reliably informed you can get excellent views of the city of Genoa below.
This was the weirdest elevator I had ever encountered. It was like something out of Thunderbirds! It was a small glass compartment that sat approximately 10 persons. The elevator was on a track that moved ...