Camping Village Miramare
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TripAdvisor Reviews Camping Village Miramare Livorno
Travel Blogs from Livorno
... did not know what to expect. She was brilliant however. She had a very strong Irish accent and was a very funny lady when talking. She interacted very well with the crowd and her singing voice was totally unexpected. She had an excellent contralto voice and sang with great control. Her range, breath control and tonal quality was excellent. She sang commedy and popular songs and even opera - all sung very well. We could have listened to her far longer. ...
... bus could pick us up. Buses are not allowed in Cinque Terre. From there, we went up and down some huge mountains, with olive tree farms mostly covering the landscape. It was a bit scary, as the roads were very windy and narrow. The bus driver would honk a few times before going into each turn, as they were all blind.
I got back to the boat around 5, and took a nap before dinner. Then I met the Alaska couple (Bobby and Krista) ...
Livorno is lovely in its own right, but typically a port town with lovely markets but very little charm. Lucca on the other hand is an ancient walled city with ultra quaint resteraunts and churches. Did cost us 200 euros by cab, but well worth the ...
... at the market there. Bailey always finds a post card for her friend and she and Hannah continue to look for bracelets for themselves. So far they have been quite successful! It doesn't sound like we did much, but the weather was terribly hot and the crowds were enormous. It took us some time to find each place and see what we were supposed to see. By 3:15 we were ready for our daily gelato. Mateo took us to his favorite gelato ...
... 8217;s Cathedral (Duomo as they are called in Italy) was massive and extremely impressive and we also enjoyed our first ‘real Italian Pizza’ for lunch. We then spent the afternoon walking through the city gardens to the old castle which is now a museum complex but retains its castle look and feel.
We also managed to view Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper. This most famous of images is actually painted on the wall of the refectory ...