You are here. Unfortunately as soon as you get here, you realize there is very little to do in Genova. But you have already booked a room for the night, so you attempt to find something to do. You find a large park near the train station and spend most of the afternoon finishing the book you have been reading.
Somebody told you, before you left for this trip, to look out for pigeons in Italy. You had assumed this applied only to the Piazza San Marco in Venezia and mostly forgotten about it, but it all comes back when all of the sudden you feel something wet land on your head. You have been pigeon bombed, and decide to spend the rest of the night in your room, and leave as soon as possible in the morning.