Romantik Hotel Villa Pagoda
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... side where there appeared to be huge mausoleums & a large Pantheon. It was all a bit much for Dick’s knees so we returned home again.
As before he had a rest while Jane processed her photos before we set off to find Christopher Columbus’s house, which, of course was closed.
We hopped on another bus at random & this went east along the coast. A lady tapped us on the shoulder & told us to get off at ...
... distinctly basiley, and the pasta shape was a twisted little noodle, also a staple of the region. The flavors of garlic, pecorino and Parmesan cheeses and pinenuts shone through with enthusiasm, and we smiled giddily the entire time we ate it. The Panzoti was a ravioli-like pasta, and it too was delicious. D had heard of this almond sauce before, and was insistent on getting it...I guess it was a nutty kind of night... (Groan...) the richness of the nuts really came ...
... with 2-½ twist was something Tom Daly would have been proud of!!
Whilst laying on the gravelled ground writhing in agony, one
of my caring colleagues told me not to move. ‘That’s sensible advice’, I
thought. ‘Until I have been checked over I don’t know what damage I may have
I soon learned that that the reason I was told not to move
was that she could run and fetch her camera!!!
... later on in the week. Walking back through a large park area we come across a covered market area and find a supermarket where we buy supplies for the next few days. When we get back to the train station we take the next train to Levanto where there is the potential for a convenient camp site. We find the camp site about 10 minutes walk from the train station which looks very nice and make a reservation for next week - so Monday will be a moving day for ...
... goal that would lose our streak of 82 years!!! This was the most amazing soccer I have ever been too and leaving the stadium seeing no one cheer was upsetting, until we ran into a bunch of Americans!
Leaving Genoa was the most stressful thing on this adventure because we didn't have a ride home being that it was all sold out. The next train was to leave at 6 a.m. and it was only 11 p.m.. We were all getting a bit cranky, but in no time we cheered back up and were ...