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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 ...
... next 2 hours trying to book it only to find that Dick has been issued a boarding pass as being from Afghanistan not the UK. We will just have to see if he will be able to catch the flight.
We then set off towards the old port, by a fairly tortuous route including some remarkable churches & a street of incredible palatial houses, opened only once a year to the public , including an impressive art gallery. Eventually we arrived at ...
... idea for dinner was apparently everyone else's idea as well, because the place was very full, with no availability for the rest of the evening. Nonetheless, we managed to find another place called Trattoria Della Raibetta (taking its name from the old Moorish name for Genoa), where there were far fewer people, but with an equally enticing menu. Something I didn't really know about Italian dining is the relationship between courses (antipasti, primi, secondi) and the size ...
... pair of
patent leather shoes I bought for £10, 4 years ago. No-one gives a second
weren’t aware that we were travelling straight from work and made such
comments as ‘Oh! I couldn’t go on my holidays straight from work. I much
prefer to go from home!!’ I can see
the point if you have to leave at 3am in the morning. Unless you worked in an
all night takeaway, then I agree, it would ...