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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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This place had the best shower - end of!
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So today we left our gorgeous friends and beautiful Perletto, Piedmonte behind to continue our Italian trek and to dry out lol. We have had the most awesome 5 days hanging out, drinking, laughing, drinking, eating, drinking, meeting the locals, drinking oh and did I say drinking lol. Wow we are so naughty, 15 litres of red wine, 3 litres of white wine, 2 cartons of throw backs (250ml stubbies), 1 carton tallies, 1 bottle of Captain Morgan rum, 1 bottle of vodka and 1 bottle ...
We set off from the apartment this morning around 10:30, it's cloudy but warm, expecting 16 degrees, tropical! Purchased tickets for the train back down the coast, planning to get off at Riomaggiore or Manarola (1st and 2nd of the five fishing villages that make up the Cinque Terre). Chose Manarola, it's tiny, quaint, just one uphill, meandering street lined with shops and restaurants/cafes (predominantly closed for the winter, it seems). Only ...
... I raced a Lamborghini Gallardo, and won!
I couldn't help it. We weren't even going that fast, but I just wanted to get a better look and listen. I remember the first time in Italy when I was a kid and I saw a Ferrari Testarossa and how amazed I was by the size of it. Compared to my mum's Opel Corsa 1.0
Past Genoa I started looking for a place to stay. I hadn't done that many kilometers, but I had been on the road for quite a few hours and I just ...
Today is our halfway mark on our cruise. We got onboard at Genoa 11 days ago! We have seen a lot of different places and cultures already so I wonder what the next 11 days will bring. There was a huge exodus this morning of passengers that were doing the 11 day cruise. An organisational nightmare getting all the luggage and people off and then the next ship load of new passengers on. There seems to be some changes with the staff ...
... ceilings, thus attracting famous artists and royalty to Genova.
Checked out the old city gates at the corner of Via del Campo, and then across the road to see Galeone Neptune. The ship was built especially as a prop and used in the film Pirates, directed by Roman Polanski and first screened in 1986. Along past some people selling sunglasses on mats - I remember similar scenes from my last Eurail travel in 1974. We didn't go back that ...