Camping Village Miramare
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A Little Bit about Florence/Pisa
Livorno is the gateway to glorious Tuscany. Visit Florence - the cradle of the Renaissance - home to the Duomo, the Uffizi and the Ponte Vecchio. Here the Medici fostered a city-state whose cultural legacy is as great as classical Athens. Giants like Dante, Da Vinci, Michelangelo and Galileo infused the West with a new creative spirit. Then there is Pisa, Florence's rival for political power. Pisa, a ...
... a day to Pompei only for Saturday. We called the brochure company and booked a full day with them for approximately the same as a four hour tour with our ship.
We had dinner reservations at the Tamarin restaurant at 8 PM. At 7 PM the ship started to disembark from port so we headed for the aft observation deck and found a “secret” lounge located there on deck eleven. It was a great vantage point for departure and only a ...
... br> His order of a cheese risotto was remarked upon by genial patron Nando ("He ordered what?) but Paul redeemed himself by also scoffing a Ligurian pizza too.
He met up with a friendly bunch of Aussies (Danielle and pals) who politely listened to the three-hour story of his journey and then even, more politely, paid for Paul's meal when he left without settling his bill.
Paul returned to ...
... with the local housewives, who good naturedly helped me with my order. We finished off our walk sharing a warm loaf from a brown paper bag. It was quite nice, but we thought it would have been better with butter.
The bus trip back to Livorno was through rich agriculural land. The ship left port just after 5pm, and we had cocktails in the Crow's Nest, watching the Italian coast slipping by. Another really special day.
... come to love is a kind of pancake-like thing called Cecina. It is made with chickpea flour, cooked on a skillet with oil and topped with pepper. It's very yummy, reasonably healthy and super cheap. I had a typical Lucchese soup today made with red beans and farro. It was interesting because the beans were puréed but the farro was left whole. It's one of those simple peasant dishes that is very delicious. Now it is Saturday - last ...