Balbi Family Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... After about an hour or so the mist disappears and sunshine fills the sky......and the temperature quickly rises to a lovely 24c........!
We arrive at our Albergo and find it is part of a brewery ..... So we test the ale! Dinner is served in the adjoining restaurant ..... Also part of the brewery.....could/ should b a good night.....watch this ...
... paintings are based on Dante, Galileo and Christopher Columbus' lives and are breathtaking
Further on there was a second shop, the interior was less grand but the contents were the best and most expensive items of interior Italian design, lovely things - to look at. Charlie particularly liked the golf trolley picnic box idea.
After exploring the central area we headed off to see the triumphal arch Piazza Della Vittoria built in 1931 to commerate ...
... on the edge with magnificent views and through the beautiful towns San Remo, Riva Ligure, Santo Stefano al Mare (yeah), Diano Marina, Andora, Alassio, Pietra Ligure, etc, etc. Intel Genua, going through town took us almost an hour, also cause it was rush time I suppose around 6:30. At 8 we arrived and we found a camping at Bogliasco, the first village after Genua which is where Alberto told us to go so we can visit him tomorrow at the place he works ...
... as the city itself. The sea along this eastern portion of the Italian Riviera is particularly beautiful, as it gently laps the shore. Your walking tour begins in the heart of the old city on the pedestrian-only Strada Nuova, a street flanked by some of Genoa's most magnificent palaces. On Via Garibaldi, a thoroughfare so ornate and elegant, it will seem like you are walking through an open-air museum. As a ...
Reluctant to leave but set off to find the head of the Rhone glacier on the way out of Switzerland. Drove through some pretty valleys and over some relatively low passes to climb up the final pass, full of hair pin bends, when at the point of a large dam wall, the road was closed by a serious looking barrier....so close and yet too far! Had to back track most of the way back to Interlaken and take ...