Thanks for letter to Barcelona and here. Arrived here about 3:30 today and will be in dock til noon tomorrow.
Fascinating city – nearly all the buildings in the modern part of the city are covered by buildings overhead and you walk behind the large arches (pictured here).
Saw the birthplace of Columbus – several cathedrals and one built in the 13th century and contains the remains of John the Baptist which the Crusaders brought back from the Holy Lands. Found a 5&10 [as variety stores such as Woolworth's selling things for a nickel or a dime used to be called] but my Italian is terrible and they couldn't understand what I wanted. All our love – Jean and Harold
*The Piazza de Ferrari is the main square of Genoa. Below is a different postcard [not in my collection] view of the Piazza taken from a different angle.
Ferrari, in addition to being an Italian automobile manufacturer, is a common Italian surname that etymologically means "blacksmith."