Hotel Moderno Verdi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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No breakfast in tariff but still full after dinner. Went to local bar for cappuccino and cornetto. Friendly little place. Staff started preparing locals regular coffee as they walked in the door 4.20€ for 2 cups and a cornetto- good value. Not far to travel so went to Royal Palace which is museum on second floor. Incredible frescos and detail on ceilings and walls and ornate furniture. Hall of mirrors modelled on Versailles. Every ...
Another great breakfast- cereal, home made croissant and toast with meat and cheese. Plus boiled eggs and sweet stuff that I didn't eat. Good unsweetened yoghurt. Still raining.. Was going to head to Cinque Terre but it's raining there too so decided to stop on way at Genoa. Wasn't on my list but looks like it might be interesting and more to do in the wet. All the rivers swollen- heavy rain looks set in for couple days. Train to Milan ...
... to add to our pizzas as generally they put the pesto with pasta instead. We've seen very few beggars (so different from my earlier trips to Italy) and few street sellers (always Senegalese), but a few dogs, either out walking or on the train (small pets and dogs are allowed on the train- we wonder about the definition of small as there was definitely a Labrador on yesterday's train!) There's been quite a lot of ...
... sculpture, the Avatar of their day. The doges of Genoa needed big impressive palaces to impress the royalty to whom they were lending money.
We also saw Paganini's violin which he called Cannone, for it's sound. No one could figure out why it made the sound it did. We couldn't take pictures of it, so you must visit Genoa if you want to see it. Be careful, remember that Paginini sold his soul ...
... We skip lunch and hole up in the air-conditioned hotel room until it cools down a bit.
We obviously gave our map-reading genes to Leigh (she was such a great navigator in Geneva) as we walked for hours and ended up at a massive, abandoned ferry terminal and had to backtrack for ½ hour. I've been trying to be kind to Genoa but everywhere we went, from the magnificent buildings in the Old Town to the supposedly ...