The many different buildings of Genoa. In the very back of this photo you can see one of the towers of the Basilica della Santissima Annunziata del Vastato. (Yes, I copied and pasted that. I wouldn't even attempt to spell it, as I know I'd go wrong somewhere.)
We went looking for the Palazzo Reale which we had heard was filled with excellent art and architecture, and ended up walking back and forth along the river and then back and forth along the street until we found it. Enjoyable though it was, no photographs were had.
A beautiful melange of shuttered buildings. Tamarillo, apricot, peach.
Some interesting graffiti. Is it one work of art (a skull drooling foamily), or was it defaced by a less talented vandal?
In need of accommodation for the night, we rampaged around the city to find wifi. On the way (following signs that promised the elusive connection), we stopped by the San Lorenzo Cathedral - stripy in true Romanesque style.
The Piazza de Ferrari was another stop on our wifi quest. We laughed at the green sign boasting 'ERG' and proceeded to our tried and trusted Macdonalds. However, the trust was broken when we discovered that Italian Macdonalds required an Italian mobile phone number to connect to their free wifi.