Giappone Inn Parking Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Car rentals
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Livorno
Claudio (pronounced Cla ow di o) was a very patient man. He delivered us to Florence where we met up with Laura (pronounced Law our rrrr ah) My man Riccardo was already booked so he graciously arranged for Laura. She made Kathy and I feel like 5 years olds, as she was sooooo very educated and knowledgeable. She has her PHD in art history, has worked at the Louve and the Metropolitan ...
Day of adventure on the high seas! It was so nice to do nothing today, just relax. We slept in then Katie had her usual morning swim(little fish). Last night they had karaoke on the top deck by the pool and the words came up on the big screen, Christina loves karaoke and had a go. She did very brave!! For breakfast Olivia told me she was loving the 'cold porridge' I thought it was strange that they would serve cold porridge so I went and had a look, ...
... walked around the streets for a while but then we went to the Galileo Museum. It showed all his,and other scientists, inventions and tributes to the world. At the end was my favourite bit because there were interactive science games. Then we headed back to the ship for me to go to the Splash Academy and to play BINGO.
... cocktail and a swim before dinner.
We headed to the Allegro dining room and again got lost! We did bump into the Executive Chef who agreed to help us. Off we went through the kitchens and the staff entrances to our restaurant. What an amazing experience. As you can imagine it was the best example of Standard operating procedures I have ever seen. Everything had a place and there was a place for everything! And of course, it as ...
... the coach for our next stop – Florence. We were in the city for about 4 hours, most of the afternoon and after a walking tour with our guide, we then had time to roam the streets and explore some of the sights. We made our way down to the River Arno, the main river through the city. We came to the famous bridge, Ponte Vecchio, being similar to the Rialto Bridge in Venice, but perhaps not quite so grand. Still it was very pleasant to wander over ...