Hotel Gran Duca
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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Travel Blogs from Livorno
... As we sat and ate lunch a very cute little old man played the piano accordion, I actually thought I was dreaming! The girls dipped their toes in the Mediterranean for the first time! We spent the afternoon looking around the quaint little alleyways, Katie bought me a little cork stopper as a pressie! Very sweet. We caught a train back. Ever seen the movie ground hog day? This day would be the day I ...
Instead of traveling to Florence and Pisa, we decided to tour The Cingue Terre region. Due to the difficulty to reach this area, it's well preserved with centuries old footpaths and mule tracks winding high above the sea, leading through olive groves, terraced vineyards, orchards and woods. Small sandy beaches among the rocks, high cliffs, caves and tiny bays characterize this very scenic coast. The coastline, the five villages, and the ...
... list. After leaving the gallery we walked back towards Piazza del Duomo where we saw the Duomo and Campanile di Giotto (unfortunately the Baptistery is currently undergoing restoration). After some window shopping we made our way to Piazza della Repubblica where we had lunch at a well known restaurant called Gilli. It was average at best - very expensive, underwhelming and bland food, with ****** wifi! We were ...
... bakery and did a bit of taste testing of a few products. I then hit the jackpot! Joelene said she would love a coffee and i found a place that did coffees, white wines and it was directly across from the seafood markets that specialised in almost any conceivable seafood product - including taste sized portions of anchovies in garlic and chilli. Oh geez i now stink. For now we have had another lunch, we are relaxing by the pool, Joelene has a complete body treatment at the ...
We bought a first class ticket back to Florence, but got on a train with no first class. After about an hour, we arrived in Florence. We started to walk, but the Google maps wouldn't get started, so we grabbed a taxi. Our hotel is great. A huge brass door on the street, with a speaker. We got buzzed inside to an stairwell with a few mailboxes. Figured out which one was the hotel and went up one flight to another door, ...