Camping Village Miramare
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... we had time to grab a very quick coffee and croissant (this was the best croissant I've ever had - it was filled with custard). In Accademia we saw the Rape of the Sabines, Michelangelo's four unfinished Prisoners, Saint Mathew (my favourite of the unfinished pieces in the hall leading to David), and Pieta. Then we saw Michelangelo's David - it was magnificent. Seeing this piece of art needs to be on ...
... guests had found the place. At 8 PM we ventured next door to the restaurant. This is an Asian Fusion restaurant with impeccable service delivered by Japanese women servers. It was quite the challenge sorting through the menu of appetizers, sushi, entre’s and deserts. The temptation to eat it all was too great and we were weaklings! This was surly the best kept secret on the ship as less than 40 patrons had ventured there which is only 2% of the guests. ...
... when he realised his mistake but by then the generous Aussies had disappeared into the night. So thank you and may our peoples be linked forever. Paul will donate the amount to his chosen charities, of course.
Tonight Paul is staying at Micky and Christian's house and has promised to be more adventurous in his mealtime menu choice.
Miles today: 240.
Keep the faith
... but no way was Mom going to climb the 300 steps inside to reach the top. Actually, no one in our group made the ascent since climbing up and down, combined with a wait time of 30 minutes to get in, was too much for our group so we walked around the immediate area a little. Mom & I had a gelato, and we left Pisa. We took a panoramic ride back to the ship, stopping at a famous lookout point on a mountain top near Livorno where we ...
... five lands". We wandered down the main (and only) drag, Via Roma, looking for a way to call the woman whose room we were renting. Unfortunately, without a European SIM card in our phones or nearby WiFi, we found ourselves asking the local shop-owners “sa dove Gemma?” (do you know where Gemma is?). Luckily, in this town of 500 residents, one did and kindly called her to come pick up her lost travelers. Since we were there in August, at the peak of ...