Balbi Family Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Balbi Family Hotel Genoa
Travel Blogs from Genoa
... we did not get to see any of Genoa on our travels and bus ride except glimpses along the way as the main road out of town went on the outskirts and we got glimpses of the city from afar Our bus took us thru the town of Rapallo and on to the sea side town of Santa Margherita some 35 kilometres South East of Geona. The road took us thru many tunnels some over 1.5 kilometres long . The town of Rapallo had very narrow streets some times I wondered if the bus ...
... in Genoa and we would enjoy ourselves much more by paying to go to one of several private beaches with restaurants and services. We managed to navigate the Genoa tram system to Bagni Nuovo Lido. After shelling out over 60 US for entry, two lounge chairs and a parasol, we were lead through a shabby complex of pools, private cabanas and restaurants. The "beach" was a narrow strip of smooth black stones that were so hot you could easily fry an ...
... must have a lot of faith in their meat supply. After lunch, we began our trip home. And how ironic, now that we are leaving we are finally having flawless trips on the trains. Today we took the train to Milan and then transferred to the train to Malpensa, the airport was a little confusing but with minimal effort, we found our hotel (the Moxy) right next to Terminal Two. The Moxy prides itself ...
... the layers of dust actually helps to highlight the folds and creases. Some are very beautiful and all are a record of social history. You can see Genoa was a really wealthy place, these monuments are huge and must have been very expensive.
For a change of scene we headed next to the coast, the so called Italian Riviera and quite similar to the Amalfi coast, yes, beautiful but all the access to the beach is privatised, some how ...
... the city of Genoa! We walked downtown, and eventually found a hole-in-the-wall restaurant that had delicious pasta for only 2.5 Euros. What?! I can get used to this. Not much else to explore here in this industrial port city. We spent the next rainy day and a half in Genoa playing cards, catching up on our reading, and planning the next few weeks of our journey. Oh, and eating Spaghetti al Pesto and Focaccia, of ...