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I woke up this morning as the Silhouette began docking in Genoa, Italy. It was a beautiful morning. Genoa is an ancient city built into the Italian mountainside. It was sort of reminiscent of Monte Carlo, just on a much smaller scale.
For fans of 70's television, I noticed an old cruise ship docked in the harbor as we pulled into port. It was called the Pacific and looked to be in not-so-great condition. Curious, I did ...
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... that afternoon. There was a really cool, ancient statue of Neptune on the beach, some nice hiking trails, and we had dinner at a fancy restaurant called Miky. It was soooooo good, except Amir didn't like his lobster dish because it was too much effort to open. I just love the feel of Cinque Terre and cannot wait to spend a whole week or two there sometime. It is by far my favorite Italian city so far! In a few days, I'll post about our time in Venice. ...
It was hard to say goodbye to the Cinque Terre and my lovely little hotel by the sea, but it had to be done. Genoa was waiting. As soon as I stepped out of the Brignole Centrale Train Station, I knew it was going to be a beautiful place to spend the next 24 hours. A short walk from the station, the Hotel Astro is on the 5th floor of a stylish old building filled with lawyers, psychologists and other businesses. I was told I would be in the La Marinara room ...
... six hours of classes today and five tomorrow, with night dances on both. Our hotel is in a castle and it's very cool! I only have one picture that I stole from Amir's facebook; all the photos are on Amir's phone. I'll take some eventually from mine and be able to upload my ...