Le Tre Stazioni
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... Alps and the Apennines. Longitudinally it extends from the border with France and the French Riviera (or Côte d'Azur) near Ventimiglia (a former customs post) to Capo Corvo (also known as Punta Bianca) which marks the Eastern end of the Gulf of La Spezia and is close to the border with Tuscany. The Italian Riviera thus includes nearly all of the coastline of ...
We set out from Tirano this morning to head south. The plan was to get to Genoa or Savona - but we had to tackle the Autostrada through Milan first. Sorry to say, no photo's today. You can't take photos when you are hanging on for your life with one hand and making the sign of the cross with the other! I say it every time.....never again! But, there was a highlight, we stopped off at the Factory Outlets in Alexandria for a spot of retail therapy, it must have done the ...
... hotel was not too far away.
After a walk around the neighbourhood & an early scratch meal we found a wonderful food market hall full of a wide range of fresh foods beautifully displayed very much like in the Victoria Markets in Melbourne. Dick went to bed & Jane researched ways to get to Oldenburg in Germany, our next stop.
Sunday 25th May
Jane found a Ryanair flight from Milan to Bremen & we ...
... and just generally having a good time. We had a great time the next day trying to explain to our hosts in Dogliani what a manatee was without remembering the Italian name for it...um, sea cow...? Vacca di mare...? They thought that was hilarious! It's lamantino by the way... There were several dolphins swimming around, as well as sharks, seals, and jellies. All in all, it was really cool to visit an aquarium halfway around the world, and it was clearly ...
... on the drive in I probably wouldnt have stopped and would of found somewhere else to stay!
Genoa does not, imho, make a good first impression as you drive in! You drive over the city on a motorway ramp, then you are taken into the depth via a tunnel with lots of exits and bends (not good in sunglasses and when you dont know where you are going). So I was a little frazzled on ...