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... morning but pretty much just wound our way through the streets finding lots of interesting shops along the way . Seems to be some Asian Italians here running shops? ? On the hunt for free wifi we discovered a street with dept stores and nice fashion stores. Becky , the boys and the grandkids have done alright from this excursion! We also enjoyed looking at the beautiful fabric and home linen shops. I bought a cushion cover from ...
... they apologized for the weather in Genoa – we could not resist and bought a water colour each to take home a "moment" spent in this special part of Italy.
By now our feet were wet and freezing. We stumbled into one of the few places that were open and ordered hot chocolate all round – hazle-nut, meringue, caramel, so thick one could almost stand our spoon in it! Yumm!!!!
Keith and I had the option of spending another hour in ...
... to the dump. Ended up with a bit of a scratch on the rear mudguard which made me feel rather sick. After emptying the tanks I had 3 people guiding me out, Raewyn & 2 camp employees. It took many small manouevres but I exited with no further scratches. We set off with a 150km to drive in tandem before the French border where we could hook up the car. I was looking forward to once again having a companion to discuss the sights along the way.
... built huge palaces and even built a road over the hill. This road is known as via Garibaldi and was named a UNESCO World Heritage site. We visited a church where the road goes under the bell tower as there wasn't any place to to build it because the palaces took up too much space. The walked through the labyrinth of medieval streets and then on to the later wider streets. We also had a great time watching ...
... very smoothly and it only took us 45 minutes from leaving our hotel to walking into Cabin 9010 on the ship. Given this boat is nearly double the capacity of others we have been on, we were impressed by the efficient system. The cabin is lovely and what a treat to have a balcony – we usually travel down in the scuppers in an inside cabin, so a ceiling to floor glass double door and a balcony complete with table and chairs makes us feel like royalty. We are very near to ...
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Via Leoncavallo 32r, Savona | Hotelfrom $111
Via Mazzini, 119, Savona | Hotelfrom $85