- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... shuttle until the one Brittany is on, hopefully not too late. I'm sure she's not too keen on museums and churches so guess we'll do other stuff, fine with me. Brittany made the first airport bus and we connected easily at the train station, back to the hotel for her to change out of London (ie cold) clothes and off we went. Took the funicular 1 km up the hill for a brilliant view over the whole of Genoa. The ...
We are now finally in Italy, where we will be staying for the next 6 weeks. In 2 days time we will be moving on to Cinque Terre; but in the mean time we will be taking a break in Genoa. Our hostel is a little odd. They require all guests to leave the hostel for 4 hours in the middle of the day for "cleaning". Odd, considering this is the first tme we've heard of such a hostel rule in our 3 months of traveling. Out we ...
... with his boisterous tight curls and grounded view on life allows all of us to logically think through decisions and weigh the pros and cons before we commit. And Chris is the International Ledger Master. His bookkeeping allows us to see how much we spend, owe each other, plan to spend, etc. The ledger is like our bible, thus one can see the importance of Chris to the group, he is the glue (not to mention has individual relationships with Alex, Anthony, and I while ...
Not long to go now...So many beautiful photos & running out of time to upload all that I'd like!
Spotorno was just spectacular - everything I imagined of a Mediterranean town...VERY enjoyable! Scenery was out of this world; food was delicious; markets were great - no need for Kmart/Big W, etc here - you can buy EVERYTHING ...
... 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 ...