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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Bags outside cabin by 1am, me outside cabin by 8 am, off ship at 830, ooh oh, no bag. (you exit by preallocated colour tag according to your onward plans) I knew they couldn't really have lost the bag between ship and shore but it's always possible that someone could have taken the wrong one. I was slightly worried as 20 mins became 30, I would …
... Surfers out but not much to catch. Train trip 2 1/2 hrs 6.90€ but only 75km. Milk run. Everything seemed closed an Monterossa- season over. Walked around and saw a sign i recognised from Lonely Planet which turned out to be a letting agency. Took me to block of units- 3 storey with 4 units per level and each unit seems split into 5 separate rooms each with ensuites. Would be noisy and crowded in season but only saw one other person. ...
... under repair. No accom booked and not good weather to go looking...frustrating. Don't know if I want to do this type of travel. Noticed hotel Grand Savoia on hill above station. A recommended hotel but a bit expensive gut it's raining and I need a room. Pleasant girl on reception- room for €105 which is ok. More upmarket than places I have been - plush. Relief Got tourist map and wandered town. A dozen palaces built in 1500s for ...
... when the railway was added. The customs house is beautifully decorated and it was here Marco Polo was imprisoned which gave him time to write up his journey to China, which became a best seller. Many of the buildings in Genoa are wonderfully decorated with Trompe-l'oeil meaning to 'fool or trick the eye'; the buildings are completely flat fronted but they look as though they have columns and porticos over the windows, all an illusion.
Once I completed my STCW course I began applying for jobs like a mad woman. The excitement really started to set in seeing all the possible opportunities that had the potential to be mine. One day, walking to the hidden, local farmers market behind a favorite bar, I received an e-mail referring to one of the job posts (that I had applied to less than 24 hours prior).
*Side note: This market had kiwi berries that were absolutely delicious. The size of a grape with a ...