Hotel Castello Miramare
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... ceilings were decorated with elaborate murals and carvings and many walls were painted to give the impression of columns, doors and windows, where there were none.
By the time we had done two of the palaces, we had to take a break for pizza and wine, before we could muster up the energy to tackle the third.
Genoa has been an interesting place to see, with its large harbour hosting some huge private yachts, some cruise liners ...
We found ourselves in Genoa today. We did a hop on hop off double decker bus ride. We found out this is where Christopher Columbus is from and saw many monuments for him and his house!
Sophie saw something that she thought she might take up as a living: at a busy intersection on red lights a guy came out and did an amazing juggling act with battons then ran up to all the cars with a hat for €! Would be ok if she could juggle!?!
I noticed a ...
... they couldn’t speak English, but we passed them later and there was another man there, they pointed to us and he came over to us, he could speak English quite well.
Genoa is Italy’s biggest port, while we couldn’t walk around the port we were able to walk directly into a large terminal before exiting outside. It’s a mountainous region with most of the town being built on the mountain side, sort of in layers. We also saw many up ...
... morning but pretty much just wound our way through the streets finding lots of interesting shops along the way . Seems to be some Asian Italians here running shops? ? On the hunt for free wifi we discovered a street with dept stores and nice fashion stores. Becky , the boys and the grandkids have done alright from this excursion! We also enjoyed looking at the beautiful fabric and home linen shops. I bought a cushion cover from ...
... and unsmiling, but that should not put you off."
It's a pity I read the literature I picked up after we left. We could have walked through the long tiled pedestrian tunnel with old photographs of Genoa on the walls; and then gone up the public elevator 'ascensore di Castelletto' to the residential area above the city centre. Apparently it's an incredible view of the city and port from up there, and is quite cheap. I guess we didn't have time for that