Hotel Torre Cambiaso
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... us with paper and pen in hand, all was ok, we were going to get food. (Backup did arrive in the form of Mamma, to the kitchen, and Pappa on service!) Lunch was nice, pizza or gnocchi pesto. Refreshed (and Abbie with better colour and far more lively) we headed back up the hill, and down that staircase, to the station. On hearing an announcement from a distance, and seeing a crowd on the platform we ran the last fifty metres and ...
... to add to our pizzas as generally they put the pesto with pasta instead. We've seen very few beggars (so different from my earlier trips to Italy) and few street sellers (always Senegalese), but a few dogs, either out walking or on the train (small pets and dogs are allowed on the train- we wonder about the definition of small as there was definitely a Labrador on yesterday's train!) There's been quite a lot of ...
... wage packet, so after a wander around I go back on the bike and headed a few clicks back towards the roadblock and found a quiet spot, parked at sat in the sun with a cold beverage.
Back on the bike I was driving along the coast towards Genoa, I thought if I saw the Costa Concordia as I passed through I would make a stop, but it's a big city and lots and lots of harbour area, and in the end I got onto the Autostrada to get through as easy as possible. ...
... sculpture, the Avatar of their day. The doges of Genoa needed big impressive palaces to impress the royalty to whom they were lending money.
We also saw Paganini's violin which he called Cannone, for it's sound. No one could figure out why it made the sound it did. We couldn't take pictures of it, so you must visit Genoa if you want to see it. Be careful, remember that Paginini sold his soul ...
... with aloe—while still quite steep, I was pretty proud of myself for this find!
The guy at the front desk is giving me dirty looks every time I use the elevator to go the 2nd floor… a rarity at a youth hostel I’m sure! Need to sort my body out....Check-out tomorrow, then half a day in San Remo before continuing on to Nice. I’m looking forward to seeing my Irish friends, Steve, Ruth, Aedin, Tom, and Éadaoin! ...