Hotel Tommaseo

Address: Via Monte Suello, 18/4 , Genoa, Italian Riviera, 16129, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Medio Levante area of Genoa, is near Porta Soprana, Piazza Banchi, Bagni Maddalena, and Alta Via dei Monti Liguri.
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    Genoa

    A travel blog entry by betger on Jun 04, 2015

    12 photos

    ... is reputed to be the ruins of Columbus's house. From here we went to the Piazza De Ferrari where we had a light lunch and then admired the buildings around the square. Nearby is the shopping area, many fine shops in shaded colonnades with beautiful mosaic flooring. We made our way slowly back, retracing our steps and enjoying the fact that it was downhill. In the narrow streets at the bottom of the ...

    Genoa to the Cinque Terre

    A travel blog entry by anjkay on May 22, 2014

    2 comments, 30 photos

    ... plan A. Whilst I was on the train I got talking to another Aussie who told be the inland walk from Corniglia (3rd town) back to Monterola (2nd town) was worth the time, this was now my Plan A. After exploring Riomaggerio I boarded the train for Corniglia. As I climbed the steps from the station to the town I was wondering what on earth I had set myself to do. Corniglia is a hilltop village (90m up from sea level) so that's a few hundred steps, ...

    Fish, markets & medieval parades...

    A travel blog entry by zaynard on Oct 12, 2013

    16 photos

    ... Some of the booths were gone because it was Sunday, but many were still there, selling their goods. So, we picked up some gorgeous bread, a jar of pesto, some soppressata and porchetta, along with a couple of different kinds of pecorino cheese. The cheese was amazing. One was a fresh, un-aged pecorino, that was soft and almost sweet. The other was aged, and the coated in dried juniper berries, giving it a tangy, gin-like aroma. The soppressata was cooked meat, made into ...

    A trapped Nerve in Nervi!!

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

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... pair of
    patent leather shoes I bought for 10, 4 years ago. No-one gives a second
    glance.

    Some colleagues
    weren’t aware that we were travelling straight from work and made such
    comments as ‘Oh! I couldn’t go on my holidays straight from work. I much
    prefer to go from home!!’ I can see
    the point if you have to leave at 3am in the morning. Unless you worked in an
    all night takeaway, then I agree, it would ...

    Cinque Terre and getting fined on the train.

    A travel blog entry by daryl75 on Apr 11, 2013

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... is the total lack of efficiency and questionable motives that annoys me.

    So, I take back everything I wrote in the last blog about having the train system sorted ... you just have to do all you can to get it right, and then hope all goes to plan.

    By the way- now Phoebe has a name for the dog she might get in the future (name- Doughnut) and knows where it will sleep, and how she will exercise it - I think we are in DEEP trouble.

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