Rondine Hotel

Address: Viale Litoraneo, 58, Genoa, Italian Riviera, 19030, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Viale Litoraneo, 58, Genoa, is near Marble Caves of Carrara and Nicola.
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Travel Blogs from Genoa

Day 53- Genova

A travel blog entry by k1w1milnerz on Jun 01, 2015

9 photos

... around the sea. There is a castle built on a rocky outcrop out the front and swimming pools everywhere. You could spend all day gazing down at Monaco. The houses are gorgeous and the cars amazing. This is a very fancy pancy place and you can see why because it is gorgeous! However it is also super congested and difficult to drive around so we sadly had to move on. ...

Trains, trains and more trains!

A travel blog entry by philpeter on Sep 28, 2013


... his usual shorts and me in jeans then stood back to let very well dressed guests in. Noticed on the door that it had one Michelin star so quickly came back to our room and changed into our "good gear". Enjoyed a beautiful dinner with well dressed guests including one very well groomed dog. Then headed back to our room for well earned rest free of train travel to blog to you ...

Sagrada Familia and then to Genova

A travel blog entry by ukjays2009 on Jul 07, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... and artisans who followed after him. I think the concept of a building that would take 3 or 4 generations to build is part of the mystique and seeing a vast cathedral in the process of construction is humbling and fascinating. Gaudi's vision for a building that both honoured God and clearly proclaimed the Christian gospel in its structure and ...

Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by graceandgary on May 10, 2013

10 photos

... and some relaxing in deck chairs was in order before Tom, Matt and I jumped in the outdoor hot tub, apparently Europe's highest. This amused a Japanese tour group no end as they checked to see how hot our water was, asked if we had clothes on, threw snow at us and took multiple photos. As Tom said, we now know what the crayfish feel like.

Then it was down the mountain by cable car and back on the train to Tirano, Italy. The train we had planned to catch to ...

A trapped Nerve in Nervi!!

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Apr 27, 2013

1 comment, 15 photos

... to queue for something
while the locals just seem to be surrounding the thing you are trying to queue
for? Do not be alarmed. This is quite natural, especially in Europe. It is not
in their psyche to form an orderly queue. However, they are not trying to push
in either. Europeans, and in our case, Italians, seem to have a heightened
sense or awareness and know where they stand in the ‘pecking order’. This was
the case whilst queuing for ...