Hotel Il Romito
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... books his hot stone message for tomorrow and I book an acupuncture session for tomorrow. We mosey around and have some lunch, wait for everyone else to come back. The port of Livorno (which was bombed extensively during WWII) is not a pretty port like you have in the Caribbean. It is an industrial port with a few navy ships but not any shops for tourists. They really don't encourage you to leave the ship if you are not with a tour. The days are much shorter now and it ...
... find the latest towel sculpture. It was a pigeon and it was sitting in the middle of our bed. She freaked!! P.S.Kay - it’s either me at your party or your “free range chickens”! lol How is Samantha and how are you and John coping with the extra work? Liz - take the snakes anytime. We are back 26th Sept. Helen - Hope Rob is better - bad backs are killers. Josh and Sam - have you read our blogs? Just wondered as haven’t heard from you - “not good ...
... and has a population of over 180,000. But we were off to Pisa and Firenze which you may know better as Florence. The thing that we were reminded of often through the commentary was the age of the buildings and the way things have changed over time. Today Pisa is some 10 kilometres from the coast, but in the 11th century it was a major seafaring town in the Mediterranean. Over the centuries of time, the coast has moved. Quite amazing.
... overlooking the pool etc… so we could watch Seabourn sail out of Livorno. The views from up here of Livorno’s coast are stunning!
Dinner at Colonnade tonight where they are serving an Indian buffet. Ian and Julianne got there early and secured a table for 8 on the deck. First time Peter and I have been able to dine outside in the evening. The outdoor tables are always taken early.
The setting sun ...
... he he was 1 of 7 in his family. It was interesting to hear about the Italian culture. He left home when he was 13 and travelled to Rome to work, as only the eldest boy and the youngest two in the Italian families are supported. He paid for one of his sisters to go through university and medical school and she is now a doctor. Pisa has not changed since my last visit all those years ago..they have done some work to underpin the tower to stop ...