Mercure Genova San Biagio
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... on street front closed but one open on station platform- no sign suggesting try upstairs...just closed. All walking trails closed due to weather conditions. No indication when they will open. Bugger! Will hang around in morning and see if they open. Don't like chances cause it's still sprinkling light rain so they won't dry out. Don't know what to do- looking forward to staying in one place for a few days- walk along coast and catch train ...
... and found myself in more lane ways with a vibrant African community- like being in an underground community separated from the daily life of Genoese. Back up to real world and went into restaurant across road from hotel. Fantastic spag marinara ( fruiti di mare) and zuppa pesce which was also a meal on its own- a huge bowl crustaceans and small mullet cooked in same tomato sauce as spag. A great meal for € 25with wine. Served by a Ben ...
Oh dear oh dear oh dear another day another port and we seem to be carrying this miserable weather around with us. We don't rush to get off the ship and we join the long queue waiting for the shuttle bus in to the town centre. It is still raining hard, but we are under cover which is good, but, we are still outside and it is another one of those lazy wind days and for over an hour we stood there waiting for the bus. As we got closer to the front there were less people ...
... caffé and ordered two cappuccinos and two panini. We never saw a menu, so we weren't sure what to expect when the nice older gentleman took our order, though he did say something about prosciutto and cheese. Well, that's all it was - some very nice bread with cooked ham and cheese on it, nothing else. Prosciutto is commonly believed to be a cured ham in the states, but in actuality, it simply refers to the hind leg of a pig, which we call ham. The modifier added ...
... the offending obstacle, ‘That looks like one ******* of a
That was then and a little ‘shove’ wasn’t going to let it
stop me enjoying cruise number 9!!
We arrived at the Menzies Chequers hotel in Crawley just
before 8:30 pm after a very uneventful but pleasingly (for a change)
road-incident free decongested journey (OK, I know it is not the opposite of
congested as in the context of ...