Hotel Ristorante Viaggiatori
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... down the fishing houses . When the Abby had the extra floors built up they had to make thicker columns for support and built around the original columns. When restoring the Abby they have carefully cut away half the columns so you can see the early ones as well. The Abby was very isolated as you can only reach it by sea. In winter it wouldn't have been a great place to live, very cold and very hard for boats to enter in the inlet making life there very isolating . We were ...
... time and linger in the great room and read the afternoon papers and then maybe head out in the late evening after the heat of the day and wander around the medieval streets of Genoa and sit down at a little cafe in a piazza and have a drink and then saunter back to the hotel, take a bath, lay on the bed again and read your novel.
Which is kinda what Hugo did. I think it was one of his favorite hotel experiences ever. Pam, my sister, ...
After breakfast we checked out of our hotel but left our luggage. We returned to the funicular to go to the top of the city. Alas, it was not to be. It was closed for repairs, indefinitely, or so the news kiosk guy said. No sign, no information on the door which contained to report the operating hours as is everything was as normal. Sheesh! Undaunted we initiated Plan B, a trip to the largest Aquarium ...
... included a ride on the HoHo bus. While we waited for the HoHo, we watched the locals go by, many with their dogs. We have been struck by how many Italians have dogs. Mostly small or medium but a few golden retrievers. Dogs go everywhere with their owners...restaurants, bars, public transportation, and stores. As we watched many couples and families go by, all dressed up ( but too revealing for church) we decided it ...
... and a steak for main. It was interesting trying to work out what was what on the menu as we had many nationalities at the table, but no Italians.
>Steve Drinkwater and Cathy Slot from AADA in Australia were sitting next to us, and we had a good chat about our different countries, and systems. I never quite knew the difference between their AADA and their kennel club organisations, but do now. AADA have a very interesting training programe for judges that ...