Punta San Martino Hotel Genova

Address: Via Punta San Martino 4, Genoa, Italian Riviera, 16011 , Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Via Punta San Martino 4, Genoa, is near Museo della Carta (Paper Museum), Bagni Marinella, and Bagni Vittoria.
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Travel Blogs from Genoa

Bare Beaches - NOT!

A travel blog entry by handyeh on Apr 03, 2015

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... and accessible by train.

So, let’s look at some maps, compliments of Google. If we zoom in we see a sheltered harbour with breakwaters, so I guess that means boats, and shoreline waves & winds.

Let’s zoom in a little more … Oh, there are some scalloped beach shapes near the town & the harbour. I wonder if those are sandy beaches. ...

Travel and shopping today

A travel blog entry by mozzies7 on Mar 31, 2015

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... I got back in the car again. Because I didn't take any photo's today I thought I would share some of Dave's foodie snaps he has been taking. Mitch always wants to know what we have eaten when we are away, so Dave has been taking a photo of everything that we eat! It was driving me crazy at first, but now it's just funny. We are those stupid tourists taking photos of their dinner that we normally laugh at! So enjoy our many platters of mixed meat, cheese, cappuccino's and ...

A day in Genoa!

A travel blog entry by ellenhealey on Mar 26, 2015

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... a gelato, a must on any day out and headed to the hills, literally. I knew the higher I got the more extreme the views would be, and I love extreme and walking so it was a win win for me, myself and I. I spent a full hour trecking almost horizontal to the world
up little cobblestone roads and steps and steps and steeppppppssss. Untill I finaly found a sweet ...

Genoa

A travel blog entry by noyelles on May 25, 2014

7 comments, 38 photos

... reputed to be the glass chalice of the Last Supper.

Leaving there we ascended to another very elaborate Baroque church dedicated to the Jesuit order which was quite over the top to our tastes but included to paintings by Reubens. Finally we walked through one of the surviving gates of the old city walls & up to a relatively austere, by local standards Basilica.

Here we hopped on to a bus which took us out along the river ...

Fish, markets & medieval parades...

A travel blog entry by zaynard on Oct 12, 2013

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... politically incorrect note, we joked that Genoa is the Puerto Rico of Italy, not just because of the relatively large population of Spanish-speaking folks, but also because all the store windows were teeming with gaudy shoes, fake designer handbags, and lots of studs and sequins everywhere...sorry...hehe). And then something awesome happened: we found ourselves in the middle of some strange medieval parade, complete with bagpipes, bannermen, and a whole bunch ...