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... the air to take silly pictures. Of course, we did the exact same thing. After about 30 minutes of trying to get the perfect shot it was starting to drizzle so we looked at the other two buildings in the piazza which had entrance fees so we didn't do in. One was the Pisa Cathedral and the other was St. John's Baptistry. We were glad we went back for the once in a lifetime ...
Up early (again) and off on our excursion to Pisa and Lucca. The area around the port is very industrial and run down. We bypassed the township of Livorno, not even getting a glimpse and made our way to Pisa.
We were not expecting much of Pisa other than the tower but were pleasantly surprised at Miracle Square, the massive cathedral and stunning baptistery. Our only disappointment was the huge crowds, I think there were 25 coaches from our ship alone going to the same ...
... until quite recent years all the produce was bought manually down from the terraces on the workers backs. Now they have a monorail system to do it for them - very cute, smaller than the little train we rode on in Marseille. It's a short stay, this village is very small and we catch a train to the next village, Riomaggiore. Which is actually same, same, but different!!! They really are very, very pretty and the locals just go about their daily ...
... all there was to see. We were even treated to a street parade whilst there. Next destination was Ponte de Vecchio and even that was relatively quiet as not all stalls were yet open and it was easy to move across the bridge and get photos. On reaching the other side we settled on having a rest in a small cafe and whilst having a drink we connected to the free wifi and posted a blog and caught up on some emails. What a difference half an hour makes, as when we left the ...
... and after a glass of wine, we were smiling again and looked forward to seeing my sister, Guillaume and Antoine in Corsica. We woke at 06:00 and lined up with the other zillion cars and trucks waiting to enter the bowels of this huge ship. We started boarded at 7:15 and were in our cabins at 7:45. We were determined to use those damn cabins to the fullest! The ferry rocked a little during the crossing, instantly transforming all passengers into ...
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