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... don't come here at all. We spent the morning meandering through the pretty streets - bought a few trinkets for the grandchildren and returned by Tender to the safety of our air conditioned 'home'! A very lovely town to visit with lots to see and do. Nicaela and Melinda went swimming in fact. We will swim in the pool on board if the whim pushes us ...
Off to Florence, first to see the green statue of David ( by Michelangelo ) overlooking the city below. Lovely views from this lookout venue. Then we were driven down to the city to walk along the road next to the river. This was a long hike! Eventually we stopped outside the Uffizi Museum where long queues waited to enter. Nearby was the only bridge in the city purposely left standing in WW2 because it was the original ...
... a sharp end.
We ended the evening with a stroll through our areas of responsibility to bounce some ideas around and refuel our enthusiasm for their imminent development, maintenance and progression.
We had to pass on an invite to join the Polish team for drinks in Monaco as the week's adventures had left us both in sore need of an early end to the night. We bid each other a hazy bonsoir and were in bed by 10pm.
Today we drove from Abetone to San Remo via Portofino and St Maxime. Started in the Tuscan Hills, ended on the Italian Riviera! Beautiful drive through the windy roads and little villages and then suddenly we could see the Mediterranean! Sparkly and blue and very inviting! The freeway was amazing, tunnels through mountains, awesome bridges and glimpses of sea! First stop was Portofino. It's a beautiful sea side town near ...
... The fourth and last train was easy to find and we got on without a problem. I've noticed so far that our tickets haven't been checked once. All you do is walk onto your train and hope you're on the right one! I'd like to know how they don't have people sneaking on. Something I've noticed since starting in Barcelona is the buildings colours, in Spain they were brown and dark. In France they were a creamy white colour and in arriving in Italy, the ...