Camping Village Miramare
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... Man with the Medal of Cosimo de Medici the Elder. We also saw Leonardo Da Vinci's Annunciation and the Baptism of Christ, and Titian's Venus of Urbino. It was a bit stressful as we had to rush back to Piazza Santa Croce to meet the group for the bus back to the ship. We only had 5.5 hours in Florence. Tonight we had a quiet dinner on our own in Manhattan, then borrowed a DVD from the ship's collection (they have ...
... covering some 80ha. It was initially established by Nepolean Bonaparte when the French occupied Italy. He determined that it was a very protected area as it is bedded into the head of a cove, and also has three islands in a row leading away from the mainland, thereby helping protect the base. In the Second World War the town was 75% destroyed however it was rebuilt and has continued as a defense base ever since. There is a major naval base there as ...
This morning we pulled into the port of Livorno, Italy just before 7 a.m. Livorno is on the upper Western coast of the country. It's a very industrial area, not pretty (at least not from the ship). Cruises dock here because it is the closest port to Florence and Pisa.
While most cruisers went on excursions into Florence, I chose to see the Cinque Terre area, which is on the very top of the Italian coast. We met at 7 a.m. and boarded ...
... the equivalent of 5 kms. When he returned to the cabin, I broke the news that we had a 45 minute spin class booked in an hour and a half.
The instructor was brutal, working our butts off – literally – non-stop cycling for 45 minutes – the instructor tried to get us to imagine we were racing in the Tour de France – all I could think of was the buffet breakfast on Lido deck. Chris’ first spin class will probably ...
... behind her. Actually we pulled in, whipped a 180, and slid up next to the dock. It was a nice change to be one gangplank walk from land. After the excitement was over and enough pictures were taken (Dan would say ARE ENOUGH PICTURES EVER TAKEN?? --Nope!!) he headed back to rest and I did some laps on our running track--walking of course! It was amazingly quiet since most of the fools on this boat left by 8am ...