Ligurian Sea

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  • Day10

    Genoa, Italy, part 4

    July 25, Ligurian Sea ⋅ ☀️ 26 °C

    Finally, we headed back to the port, had a pasta and campari and Robin had a beer. Our last visit was to the the Museo Galata del Mare (Maritime Museum). This place was amazing. So much history, but the life-size boats were incredible and we could go on them and see how sailers lived and worked. Each of the five floors were a different period from 1100s to current time.

    By far the best was the floor where the Italians traveled by sea to America. We walked from the docks in the late 1800s, to luggage on board, to the bunk rooms, officers quarters, to landing in America, off the ship, to tiny B&B rooms. Then it changed to an early 1900s passenger ship, then to a submarine. Awesome!

    We were back on board at about 7pm, had a shower, rest and off for dinner at 8pm.

    Florence tomorrow. Eight hour trip. My feet already hurt, they'll be raw by tomorrow night.
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  • Day10

    Genoa, Italy, part 3

    July 25, Ligurian Sea ⋅ ⛅ 25 °C

    Next stop was the shopping district to buy me a tank top - it got up to 34c and I'd worn a linen shirt which was drenched in sweat after 1.5 hours on the top deck of the bus. Ten minutes in one shop and two tops for 14€ and we were off again and I was feeling much cooler.

    Stop two was the Christopher Columbus monument. Good, but not a lot to see. So we were back on the bus and stopped at Portello which is a lift that goes up a hill for amazing panoramic views of Genoa. Then we walked down a beautiful cobbled and steep track to the bus.Read more

  • Day48

    Day 48c. Cadiz, Spain

    September 21, Ligurian Sea ⋅ ⛅ 23 °C

    We walked under the La Rosa Arch and to the magnificent Plaza de la Catedral and visited the Cadiz Cathedral. It was 5€ entrance to the Cathedral and Bell Tower with an audio guide. The Cathedral was enormous and ornate with gold and silver and stunning statues, paintings and leadlight windows. The Crypt was the largest I have seen almost the same floor plan as the church.Read more

  • Day10

    Genoa, Italy, part 1

    July 25, Ligurian Sea ⋅ ☀️ 25 °C

    What a day! Off the boat at 8.30am, back on at 6.30pm. It's now 10pm and I finally writing up our say.

    We were booked for an historical tour of Genoa, but we assume it wasn't fully booked, so was cancelled and we did a hop on hop off bus. 10 minute walk to the bus.

    First it was a full round trip of the city to decide where to stop. First place off was Cattedrale San Lorenzo, a stunning cathedral from the mid 1200s.Read more

  • Day10

    Genoa, Italy, Part 2

    July 25, Ligurian Sea ⋅ ☀️ 25 °C

    Then it was off to the Piazza de Ferrari E Palazo Ducale, a royal palace dating back to about the 1600s. A lot of it had private exhibitions happening, but we went into the prison and up to the tower. That's was so interesting. It was almost unchanged and still original prisoners pictures and writing on the walls. We also saw the tower prison for the elite or royal prisoners in the tower.Read more

  • Day3

    It was a very very long day

    September 9, Ligurian Sea ⋅ ☀️ 20 °C

    Ok so, imagine driving in Italy, you drive up to a gasstation, you take the pump, doesn’t work, you need to pay first, do let’s try this again after trying a few different cards. Ok so at some point you realise the pump is black instead of green, diesel!?! What the f*ck! Who the F switched nozzles?! Thank God it was an easy fix but that was the dumbest thing and I never want to talk about it again.Read more

  • Day5

    Florenz und Pisa

    September 29, 2017, Ligurian Sea ⋅ 🌙 18 °C

    Florenz ist nicht so unruhig wie Rom! Wetter wieder super 😎 Pisa hat mehr als nur den schiefen Turm!

  • Day10

    Bernie Flint, a blast from the past.

    July 19, 2016, Ligurian Sea ⋅ ☀️ 68 °F

    For a change last night we went to the theatre and saw the show.
    It was Bernie Flint, who was a winner on Opportunity Knocks back in the 1970s.
    In fact he holds the record for the longest run of wins in the shows history, 12 weeks on the run he won.
    Anyway he put on a good show with a mix of comedy and music, and to me he's another example of these talent show winners making a good living after the shows have finished.
    He's never been a superstar, but even after 40 odd years, people still remember his name and he's still travelling the world making a good living.
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You might also know this place by the following names:

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