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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Thursday 12 June 2014 – We woke up this morning as the ship was almost docking at Livorno. By the time we dressed for breakfast we were in dock and the ship was being secured, ready for the passengers to disembark and enjoy another fay in Italy.
One of the first things we noticed was the other passenger ship tied up nearby. It was the "Norwegian Epic." Now that might not mean much to most, but it was the same ship that Jodie cruised on ...
... beautiful blue, Mederterrian !
We take a ferry back to the fourth village, where again little boats are pulled up on the beach, local children are fishing and many people are swimming. We are only here for about forty minutes so just sit in the shade and watch, before the last train ride back to La Spezia, where the coach is waiting to take us back to our ship. It been quite a long, hot day, but Cinque Terre beats some old leaning building any ...
... Fine Arts but the queues were extensive and we would not have time to wait and then do justice to all that is inside so we retraced our steps and visited the Caffe Duomo which sits in the shadow of the back of the cathedral. We enjoyed a meal here whilst watching passers by and just soaking up the culture of this delightful city. Once replete we headed to look at some of the market stalls to buy a few souvenirs before finding a different route to take us back to ...
Today we docked at Livorno in Italy which many guests on board crystal serenity used as a gateway port town to visit and take extensive tours to Florence and Pisa but as we will be visiting Pisa and staying two nights in Florence later on, we opted not to go on these tours. Instead, early this morning, us three girls walked into the small port town of Livorno. It is Anzac ...
... stop but were definitely not walking in the heat so hailed a cab, which we probably got over charged for but the aircon was refreshing. The day in Florence was finished with panoramic views from the Piazza Michelango. I would recommend this 'lookout point' for any first comer to Florence as it gives you not only the best background for photos but also provides the easiest way to see most of Florence. The views include the nearby vineyards ...