Hotel Torre Cambiaso
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... you can see that this had nothing to do with me!
I was being led astray by my wife!
What I cannot work out though, is who would be interested in that kind of thing at 10.30 in the morning, stone cold sober? They are, as I said, Ladies of the Night' and whilst some of them had some considerable assets, you would have to have quite a few drinks and it would have had to be dark, to fall for such inducements - I presume!
We found ourselves in Genoa today. We did a hop on hop off double decker bus ride. We found out this is where Christopher Columbus is from and saw many monuments for him and his house!
Sophie saw something that she thought she might take up as a living: at a busy intersection on red lights a guy came out and did an amazing juggling act with battons then ran up to all the cars with a hat for €! Would be ok if she could juggle!?!
I noticed a ...
... coast line. We went past Monaco, but the station there was underground so we only got a few glimpses of it from the next bay. This train was another very busy one, and we stood for most of the way. We were pleased for a break when we got to Ventimiglia, and were hoping our next train would be much less busy. We had almost an hour to kill before our next train left, so we sat down and had some lunch and then went for a short walk down one ...
... I wandered around the market stalls and enjoyed soaking up the sun. I am glad I stayed here because this is such a lovely part of Genoa.
McDonalds was directly opposite the hotel so this morning I got a lovely fresh creme brioche and cuppa for 1 euro, great value! I then caught the train without incident but missed the bus and had to wait over an hour for the next one. It gave me time to write this at the bus stop, so no harm done :).
OMG what a day we had. This place we went today...fantastic. It's called Cinque Terre and that's pronounced "chink-wa tara". It's about an hour's drive from Genoa and to travel on our own would have required a shuttle from the pier, a bus to the train station, change train in La Spezia and then different trains to the five different villages/towns in Cinque Terra. To save ourselves the hassle we booked an incredibly ...