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We took advantage of a break in a thunder shower to explore ruins of the Priamar fortress which is built on a hill near the harbor. In 1528 Savona was conquered by Genoa; the city was ransacked and the beautiful cathedral on the site was demolished. In its place the Genoese built an immense fortress. Parts of the fort have been transformed into a cultural arts and social center. We also walked to and visited the Sistine Chapel in Savona. With the ascent of Pope Sisto IV ...
We are at sea today writing this portion of the blog as we head for Casablanca, Morocco on the northwest coast of Africa. Savona was a surprisingly delightful Italian port city. Most passengers disembarked, having come to the end of their cruise to Istanbul. Many more passengers embarked so the ship is full for the voyage to Argentina. English-speaking people are few and far between. We are relaxed and happy. Here is a glimpse of Savona from our ...
GENOA, JUNE 8
Today awoke in Genoa, Genova to the Italians. Weather is beautiful. Hotel is compact but very conveniently located. We are pretending that we are aboard a ship so everything must be kept very tidy. Big day walking. Logged in at least 10 miles. First went up the ascensore (the elevator) to a magnificent overlook of the whole city. Came back down and started our walking tour going ...
... Columbus set sail on his trips around the globe. It is also one of the oldest cities in Italy. Add to that the fact that Genoa is home to a big aquarium - the largest in Italy, and second largest in Europe - and we had ourselves a destination! First off, Genoa was far easier to enter and then navigate than Bologna, scoring it huge points right off the bat. The hotel was easy to find, and located right next to the aquarium. We couldn't check in to the hotel ...
... building, although worn and torn are so impressive in size your jaw drops frequently.
The city is built on two distinct levels and to get to the upper part you catch an amazing fanicular, a construction masterpiece in itself.
If you visit, put aside your first impressions, and give it time to show it grandeur.
We bought pizza tonight, freshly made but terribly disappointed, not a patch on home, but must say the red wine made it taste better.