Italy Hotel Club Mediterranee

Via Lungomare 69, Genoa, Italian Riviera, 16156, Italy | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Oregina area of Genoa, is near Palazzo Reale, Royal Palace Museum (Museo di Palazzo Reale), Palazzo di San Giorgio, and La Commenda di Pre.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Genoa

Santa Margarita Ligure Italy

A travel blog entry by flatwhitejo on Sep 10, 2014

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... even found a building that had a woman painted on the building looking out a window .See pic . Although it was a cooler day the sun came out in the afternoon , so spent a few hours by the pool reading and enjoyed the spa . I think we are going to leave SML earlier than planned for Levanto . We are looking for forward to getting our apartment for 4 days , having cooking facilities and can creating our own meals with local produce ...

Travel Day

A travel blog entry by flatwhitejo on Sep 09, 2014

... yummy ! A 13 minute train ride took us over the border to Italy , we had a 90 min wait here so we walked to the beach and I had my first Limoncello .Garry had '3 Becks beers and the pretty waitress bought him a tray of olives . He was in a happy place about now. I spoilt his reverie as it was time to catch the train to Genova It's a 2 hour trip so I might sneak a snooze. We are now waiting on a ...

GREETINGS FROM GENOA

A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Sep 08, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... After the briefest of stops for expresso (our request as we did not stop for breakfast at the hotel), Loredana begins our four-hour whirlwind tour of the city with a walk from the station to the oldest part of the city near the harbor. She gives us a brief history lesson, explaining how Genova was built in four stages, the medieval-12th C., the Gothic-15th and 16th C., the late 19th C. and after WWII. As in many maritime cities, ...

Rain rain go away

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Apr 28, 2014

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... hungry, and a very busy little place seems like a likely spot to feast on Italian delights. This is exactly our kind of place, no one speaks English, the menu is on a blackboard and has only 4 items on it, none of which we understand and the place is alive with people talking, eating and drinking. We take pot luck with the ordering and I am treated to what can only be described as a delicious cheesy ham rice pie, and Martin has pasta with fish.

We were ...

Fish, markets & medieval parades...

A travel blog entry by zaynard on Oct 12, 2013

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... wheel, and appeared to have just about every part of the pig in it: ears, jowl, skin, fat, lean meat...OMG, this was some amazing stuff. Porchetta is a meat that you make by deboning a pig torso and stuffing it full of the feet meat, along with seasonings and herbs. Then you roll the whole thing up and cook it nice and slow. Unfortunately, this was the tail end of it, and was just a tad dry. Regardless, we had a lovely little snack upon arriving in Piedmont later ...