La Citta Vecchia
Travel Blogs from Genoa
... went and finally came across the beach. It really is quite a beautiful little village and of course not a word of English spoken, this was fun when ordering lunch. Kids and Chris went safe and ordered what was obviously burgers but since this is probably last day in Italy I wanted pasta, so I ordered blind off the set menu 2courses for 10€. First course was spaghetti and it was delicious second course was the one I had no idea what ...
... or palaces. They are all built to a similar plan, big entrance, into an open court yard and then buildings on four sides around it. It can't have been very convenient, it must have been a very long way round indoors. Most are now occupied by banks but some allow you to look in. Cassandra and I also enjoyed dancing in front of the main fountain.
The old dock area is now 400 metres away from the coast as it was artificially ...
... city is very compact and squeezed by the mountains which come right down to the sea. We went for a quick drive into the hills but it was a stormy night and the visibility poor.
We are here for four nights and we'll update the blog when we leave ...
... they apologized for the weather in Genoa – we could not resist and bought a water colour each to take home a "moment" spent in this special part of Italy.
By now our feet were wet and freezing. We stumbled into one of the few places that were open and ordered hot chocolate all round – hazle-nut, meringue, caramel, so thick one could almost stand our spoon in it! Yumm!!!!
Keith and I had the option of spending another hour in ...
... other giddy girls.
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19. Shang wan & Juang wan
20. Jada, Keira, & Jamie
24. Jada, Gabrielle and the rest of the Petrivelli family in Italy
25. J Family - they are the Pakistani from the Genoan SDA church. The Father named all his sons with the letter J. He loves ...