We woke up to a rainy day, our las day in Genoa. For indoor attractions, we thought of the Aquarium and Palazzo Ducale, choosing the latter in the hope of some wandering of the Centro Storico.
The Palazzo is a historic building that regularly has special exhibitions. First we had coffee inside, then went to the show of Salgado photographs, great views of nature and primitive peoples.
Then we wandered the small rainy streets a little, before finding the restaurant Da Ugo. Had a nice meal there, green pasta with pesto and potatoes and green beans. Then deep-fried baccalà (cod). Even if the place looked modest, the price was about double that of Da Mario near us.
Even though the rain had let up, we were ready to return home, and would leave Genoa without a whole lot of sightseeeing. When we got home, in some of my browsing I found word of a half-marathon scheduled for tomorrow. It will close our street, and it's hard to get word of whether we can get the bus to the airport to get our rental car. I even caught a driver of the bus today, and he wasn't sure; no alternate routes have been announced. I hope that, before the race starts, we'll be able to cross the street to the station, and get a train and shuttle bus, avoiding street traffic where the marathon is..
Here are some pictures of the rainy Centro Storico and a multi-ethnic street near where we're staying.