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Always like using a ferry port and when they are as well organised as this it makes it a pleasure. Even friendly customs officers who could have made emptying a full van a nightmare. The one criticism is that it could have been better signposted,...More
Port d'Italia was an opening in the old medieval walls through which Napoleon marched with his military. In the opening, there was a plaque noting this historical event. Walking through the opening, I could see the chains on 2 posts overhead that had been used...More
Hubby had this on his "want to see" list. It took forever to find even with our GPS assistant. Too many one-way streets we couldn't access, etc. We did, however, eventually find the Porte d'Italie. There is very little left of the ancient wall that...More