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... From there Julian took Keith to a nearby barber for a last tidy up before our walk and Alex and I returned to their apartment. I spent some time sorting our gear - what to leave in the suitcase and what to put in our packs.
Earlier Julian had mentioned an exhibition of photos of Genova taken from out of a helicopter. We just had time to get the exhibition by taking a bus. It certainly was worth seeing after having wandered through the streets ealier so ...
After the briefest of stops for expresso (our request as we did not stop for breakfast at the hotel), Loredana begins our four-hour whirlwind tour of the city with a walk from the station to the oldest part of the city near the harbor. She gives us a brief history lesson, explaining how Genova was built in four stages, the medieval-12th C., the Gothic-15th and 16th C., the late 19th C. and after WWII. As in many maritime cities, the houses ...
... side and another two on starboard. Givas jaw just dropped to see the choice of food.
We are finding it is very easy to find ones way around this ship and have quickly orientated ourself to all the important places ie dining room, coffee shop, gym, shops, pools. There is an enclosed indoor swimming pool as well as a couple of outdoor pools and a good number of spas. The boat departed at 6 so after unpacking our luggage we headed up onto deck for sail-away. Watching the ...
I've spend 3 weeks in Genova (north of Italy) at the end of june. I had to go there for a training for my new job.
I already knew italy, italians people and the "italian way of life" so nothing was a big surprise for me. But I didn't know Genova and I have to admit that I really liked this city!
I was lucky as I lived in the old center, near many bars, restaurant... Ok, sometimes with all the noise ...
... problems with them before.
He thought the train conductor was pulling a 'swift one' on us for some extra money.
We decided to put it all behind us, but we are also very keen to find out what the real story was with the tickets we got yesterday.
We arrived at the station, validated our tickets using the little stamp machine (so we could avoid another E50.00 fine), and then began to search for ...