- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... us with paper and pen in hand, all was ok, we were going to get food. (Backup did arrive in the form of Mamma, to the kitchen, and Pappa on service!) Lunch was nice, pizza or gnocchi pesto. Refreshed (and Abbie with better colour and far more lively) we headed back up the hill, and down that staircase, to the station. On hearing an announcement from a distance, and seeing a crowd on the platform we ran the last fifty metres and ...
... on TV and reading, the sickies began nibbling, a good sign. Colour was returning to every face. Sprite had been finished, run out of crackers and bread, and the place was getting noisier! I'm thinking we have got through the bug (or visa versa). Yippee! By 7pm we have convinced everyone to get dressed and head out for a meal (maybe) or at least a little walk and fresh air. ...
... the 5th floor so the wifi is limited and temperamental but opening the door helps! The breakfast has been great, the best coffee I've had since home (8 espressos for breakfast has been my limit) and generally has kept us going for the day. We've bought the 'high quality' but good value wine in the UHT containers, about $1.50 per litre so definite inflation from Sicily days and I bought some Genoese pesto (city of ...
... You will be interested to know that the crusaders brought back John the Baptists ashes and they are in the church of St Mary of the Vineyard.This church also contained a large British bomb which fell on the church during Sunday mass and didn't explode.
There are 40 palaces in Genoa. We visited one which contained elaborate ceilings that contained both one dimensional paintings which orphed into ...
... I love how McDonalds abroad have completely different menus and actually have a little local flavor. 15 minutes later, I checked the bus: 28 minutes. Seriously?? Gotta love the Italian idea of schedules. Luckily 28 minutes rapidly decreased at approximately 2x time. I wasn’t complaining!
After a very windy trip up the mountain to my hostel, I checked in and promptly passed out. Absolutely knackered and I could do without the windy rain ...