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Travel Blogs from Genoa
... went and finally came across the beach. It really is quite a beautiful little village and of course not a word of English spoken, this was fun when ordering lunch. Kids and Chris went safe and ordered what was obviously burgers but since this is probably last day in Italy I wanted pasta, so I ordered blind off the set menu 2courses for 10€. First course was spaghetti and it was delicious second course was the one I had no idea what ...
... stop & turn right, much to our surprise. We did as we were told & came to a lovely church overlooking a small cove full of people & fishing boats, so she was right. Resuming our bus trip we ended up in a very nondescript area & returned back to town to get a drink & some food. Dick made a very poor choice so we ended up with a very ordinary pizza & a beer before returning home via the market with a couple of pastries.
... again we found ourselves in a kind of culinary heaven, very happy to have found this little trattoria. Unfortunately, we didn't take pictures of the food, so you will just have to imagine... The following morning, after checking out of the hotel, we went out in search for coffee and some lunch before heading to our next destination. Unfortunately, as I mentioned, this was a Sunday, and nearly every business in town was closed up for the day of rest. We did manage to find ...
... to buy new stuff!!
So I guess technically, we did start the journey from home rather than work!!!
Have I mentioned my recent ailment??!! Now you may have an
inkling that I am starting this holiday with a less than 100% fit back. In the
time honoured fashion of TV movies, when the show is running short of ideas
they tend to start off with a situation then flash back to how the said
2 DAYS EARLIER….
... throw some ideas around. Marcus wanted to rent a car which actually seemed like a great idea at the time because it is only a 3 hour drive home and was just a straight path. As a group we decided to just hop on the next train and see what would happen, which was sort of exhilarating. Hopping on the train we had no idea what would come of it, but when the lady came around to check tickets she was nice and said we could just purchase a ticket to Pisa and it was 17 Euros. Arriving ...