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... local people and carried out a series of economic reforms to improve their quality of life. His house and gardens are still a major tourist attractions and one can sit on the same bench he used when staring towards his birthplace of Corsica and pining for the return to his homeland.
I learned of Elba when reading a thriller on a plane, which had the villain located in Elba. After doing ...
... but it was a lovely sunny day.
It is a Sunday, and all of the shops are closed. The only places open in the city centre were Visitor centre, Churches, coffee shop and McDonalds. Passengers from the ship are wandering around like lost cows, then going back on board. I can't believe that the shops close. We did see a Sunday market on our bus tour, so we walked back to that, and browsed. Lots of coffee shops, and gelato places along the beach front. ...
We woke up this morning and found ourselves in Livorno, Italy, the port city for Florence. It was amazing how smoothly the ship sailed overnight. I never even realized we were moving, nor did I feel any vibration as the ship docked. Pretty impressive!
After a buffet breakfast in the Oceanview, we showered shaved and met up with the group at 10:00 dockside for our morning adventure. We decided we would take it a bit easy today, and we hired a cab ...
... walk back to where the bus was parked.
Back to the ship for a late dinner; I enjoyed the company of a couple of US guests. We had a wonderful meal and Tedi, our waiter, showed us a couple of napkin 'creatures' (remind me to show you the 'Toothy Wabbit'!)
Tomorrow we visit Cinque Terra, another new destination for most of us aboard. ...
... the houses relatively cool in the summer and warmer in the winter.
Outside of the towns the hills were used to grow grapes and olives and some of the wealthier farmers had little monorail cart things to travel up the almost vertical tiered farm land.
We caught the local train back which was an experience of another sort. The train track basically tunnelled through the mountains. What had taken us almost all day to ...