Hotel San Domino
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to eat. We chose a seafood antipasti to share with a tomato salad (just tomatoes) – the lady looked astonished that we didn't want spaghetti and that we only wanted one dish between us. It was, in fact, very nice – octopus, clams and a white fish. We sat about in the afternoon and then had fish again for supper. We chatted briefly to an American couple who are here for next week's Swim Trek, all the others having left today.
We celebrated our last night with Ian and Cassandra with a typical Italian meal of salad and pasta. The 'funghi' season is in full flow in Genoa and the fresh mushrooms we eat in the pasta had a marvellously intense flavour - must try to get better ones when I'm home! We also drank a very nice red called Luna Rossa, which given the 'super blood moon' we thought very appropriate.
This morning ...
... behind me trying to cheer me up. The long day ended with the sun setting and us frantically trying to find a place to hide. We came across a campground sign but both decided we were to cheap and didn't want to pay. We spotted a castle and headed towards the huge site, along the way we passed an abandoned church and decided it was a safer bet parking at the church for the evening instead of one of Italy's heritage ...
Big turning point today. We haven't had much success if finding a good direction to head upon our arrival in Italy bathe weather turning has us a bit concerned as neither of us want to be wet and cold all the time. Rain for a few days is manageable but anything more becomes unpleasant. We start the morning off by heading to the tourist info office and parking outside at the picnic table where we have access to the free wi-fi. We need to brainstorm ideas. There had been early talk ...
... amazing to be here & have this opportunity . So many cheese from so many different countries. Cheeses wrapped in every thing from nettles to chestnut leaves, coffee beans, hay. Cheese that looked more like small stones than cheese! A feast for the eyes & ...