Club Alle Dune
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- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
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... the ship. We sat in there for over 2 hours and watched the sun go down completely. So very relaxing but shrivelled up like prunes. Out, down changed and a lounge about dinner in Horizon court whilst sat in shorts and tee shirt. It's 10.00pm and were just sat at the back of the ship having a cup of tea. We're having an early one tonight and no alarm is being set for tomorrow morning. Were are bound for Marseille now, due in port at 9.00am tomorrow. Hope you are all well, more updates tomorrow ...
... to Livorno. We have decided to leave here a day earlier (Friday instead of Saturday) as we have to catch the ferry to Sardinia early on Saturday morning and we have be there 90 minutes before the ferry leaves. This would have us leaving San Gimi at 3 in the morning or something ridiculous like that! We have booked rooms in an hotel and the location should make to pretty easy for Mike and Liz to connect to Rome from there. No gelato ...
... port along the old Roman road. I have to say that this visit to Florence was just a tease. We could spend 4-5 days alone in Florence rather than the 4 hours we had. The shopping looks amazing but we just didn't have any time. It's a bit disappointing to come so far and have to leave so quickly and not have the time to see everything. I guess the beat thing is that we got to see just enought to make us want to come back for more. Tomorrow another early ...
... MIchelangelo up the hill of Arcetri to have a breath taking view of Florence and other sites of interest in town. A stop by a local place for lunch , pizza slice or gelato - sounds good to me !
Another early call
We set the alarm for 6am to get up, get dressed and meet the others in our little group of 8 at the International Café by 7.45am for our 8am pick up at the dock.
We ate in Horizon Court as I had to deliver a reminder note to four in our group ...
... experience from last week, and how dare Bob and Joe, and John and Irene go home? We are among a ship load of strangers, who are indeed a strange mix. Neither Paul or I are the slightest bit motivated to introduce ourselves to a single soul. It truly seems as though the ship is made up of elderly, deaf and feeble people, or a group of pretty unsophisticated car dealers. They are too loud at dinner, trying to impress someone from the other 198 Toyota dealers on ...