Max Hotel Livorno
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OMG. Writing this in the library and the library attendant has just come in. Must be about 20, eight inch platform heels and a bright red minidress. I think she must moonlight in the dance troop. Ok what has happened today, and last night. Have seen the Chinese version of Eric (see description below), been to Pisa and Luca, Deb mislaid our cabin, and yes whales have been sighted. So last night I was posting yesterday's blog in ...
... in an extra 20min sleep!) when he asked me to come back at "eighteen o'clock" I was a little surprised. I had the whole day to kill and no idea where I was!! I wandered off in the general direction of the sea and found the centre closer that I was expecting. Wandering around I found the Venice quarter (which was nicer then Venice). I even managed to find an aquarium and of course some gelato. Sad though it is to admit, I think the highlight of the day was ...
... wandering there after dinner on Sunday evening. It is now Monday morning,.. another hot, clear sky, Tuscan Summer's day. Our excursion to the restaurant last night was a great success. We made a reservation for 7.30pm and took the bus to town rather than get all hot and bothered riding the bikes into town again. We arrived on time to find the gangplank closed. They didn't open till 8.00pm,.. Hey! In Italy we always eat later was the attitude. Then why take a reservation for ...
... 12:30 or 1:30 and then closed up till 4 pm. Oh, the business they are missing out of from the 4 cruise ships in port today!! Tonight on board the ship? Packing, packing, and more packing! Oh, and to bed early. We've got a really early start tomorrow as we are taking our one and only excursion with the cruise line. It's to a place called Cinque Terre. It's been highly recommended to us and it would have been less than straightforward to travel on our own by train. Ciao from ...
... a path that led to the old part of time, and was much prettier and quaint. Sadly, just as we found this area, it was time to head back to the train to La Spezia so we could catch up with our driver for the return trip to the ship. On our way back to meet our driver we found a gelato so that cooled us off in the midday heat. Enrico met us in Monterosso to drive us back to the ship.
We saw so many tourists dragging their luggage up and ...