La Casa di Ulisse B&B
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... around 5:00 PM. This is too bad since we can't take many pictures when we are leaving the port. We attend the cruise show in the theater tonight before dinner. It is the Celebrity dancers doing an array of music and dance. These performers are very good and they even throw in some aerial acrobats as well. These shows are very entertaining and fill the time at sea. At dinner, our Canadian friends have jumped tables (as I figured they would) but another lady joins us. Carol, who ...
After a breakfast fit for a Queen we caught the complimentary shuttle bus to the Piazza Grande. Livorno is 2 miles from the harbour and is considered the gateway to Florence. We again decided to stay in the town. Highs: we found some amazing fruit and veggie markets and a Bali like shopping market. See some fantastic photos of zucchini flowers. We also had some coffee flavoured yoghurt. Now that was a first!!
on return to the ship we had ...
... Pisa, we did more walking. The coaches are not allowed into the historical areas so we walked. Although it is so often on any tourist’s itinerary in Italy, and in some ways could seem to be just another touristy thing to do, it was still quite exciting to see the leaning tower for ourselves.
It was funny to see so many tourists posing for photographs while “holding up the tower.” After some free time to wander about we were ...
... and its’ afterglow left hues of pink and orange. Simply stunning.
The ship sailed out very slowly tonight. In fact it floated out more than sailed.
Harry and Norma were celebrating their 53rd wedding anniversary today. Wow! What a milestone!
After dinner Ian, Julianne, Peter and I headed over to Seabourn Square for a hot drink. Afterwards Peter and I went to The Club for a ...
... any further...in the 90's. We arrived before all the tourist buses, so had the place to ourselves virtually...even the market stalls were not open. The leaning tower took 177 years to build and has been leaning since construction began. Located in the area know as the Field of Miracles, the Duomo, Baptistery and the campo Santo such a interesting site to see. In Florence, it's best to drink coffee standing up, if you sit down at their ...