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... out I left my spare phone in the safe. Finally all sorted we were allowed to leave.
Janet and I took a taxi to our hotel and since we could not access our room before 2 pm we decided to take a stroll down the street for a coffee at La Cabala Cafe.
The Continental Hotel is beautiful. Fully restored old building with a wrought iron lift just like the ones in old movies. In the afternoon I went for a walk down to the docks and caught the Hop on Hop ...
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Once we arrived the check in process was easy as most people checked in from 12pm. We pre-purchase our drinks package and spa package. Once on board we saw reception about our dinner seating. Reception said we needed to speak with the maitre'd. We did and we're given first dinning on a shared table with South Africans. We went up to our room and hallejuha we have a balcony with a view! We also have a bath and ...
... br> Val then gave us directions on how to get to the Castello which I had read had a great view over Genoa. It involved walking down a narrow alley, dodging through traffic, a walk down another subway and then negotiating the machine – all in Italian, so we could buy a ticket for the elevator to take us to the top. I wish I had taken a photo of the elevator – all paneled wood and very creaky. Giva was bit nervous during the whole ...
... the church and the local conference. At the same we have to represent the club in the local church board. At times we also help with the relationship between the parents and the kids. We represent the Pathfinder club to the communities in various ways. Then there is the job of running the local meetings and teaching some of the classes. It is an exhausting job, but the most rewarding. Every year, all over the world, Pathfinder directors bring their hearts and their work ...
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To think that this is a what Italians have to put up with on a daily basis!
Tomorrow (hopefully) we will be back in France, where things run a lot more efficiently.
So, instead we went for a walk around this sleepy town, where you see more cats than people.
The kids took 300 photos of cats, we had another outstanding lunch, home for a sleep, while the kids went ...