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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Boccascena Genoa
Travel Blogs from Genoa
... and insisted we had come into the square from the left. Always favouring the peaceful life, we set off in the direction Sue wanted and twenty metres down the alley, found ourselves outside a house of ill repute with upwards of a dozen 'Ladies of the Night' in various states of undress, adorning the pavements. Resisting the urge to produce my Seniors Card, we walked past them and continued on up the hill but they were everywhere.
... lady checking out Katie's camera as we crossed a busy road so I told Katie to put it away!
it was a very pretty place but very busy. We were on top of the bus and it was covered in a clear plastic. I felt we were slow roasting!! Yum/Yuk!,
sorry I have to write this very quickly in an Internet cafe before we miss the last bus and have to swim to catch the ship.
we are pinching ourselves that we are in Italy!
Wish you were all here too.
... cultures have different smells, even though we haven’t eaten much authentic European food, we have noticed that we smell differently. It shows that smells are absorbed through the skin. Truth is we can’t smell ourselves just each other. The last time we noticed this was when we spent a couple of weeks in China, we really did have that Chinesey smell then, and we ate authentic Chinese food as well then.
We didn’t do too bad without a map, we ...
... pasta dishes are enough as a full meal! All in all on our Tour of Italy we drove 1,200km, paid 65€ in tolls, no comment on petrol cost, and saw five wine regions: Tuscany, Umbria, Lazio, Campania, and Calabria. We've decided we aren't fans of northern Italy but will return some day to see Florence, Venice and Lucca. And maybe then the roads to Cinqueterre will be open, or I'll learn how to be on a ferry/boat without being ...
... 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 ...