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... the 13th and 14th century Cathedral and passed by the Elephant Tower. This tower was built in 1307 during the realm of the Pisa Republic and is named after the small marble sculpture of an elephant poised at its corner. It's Italian night tonight on the ship (God help us! 70% of the passengers are Italain). Dinner was mostly Italian dishes including tiramisu (double yum) and limoncello. After ...
... all good washed down with a couple of glasses of Vermentino a local of the region's wine. This wine can be dry or off-dry in style or verging on sweet but in general the richer in it's straw colour, the more flavoursome.
After crossing the crazy 6 lane road on a pedestrian crossing that no car stops for!! We made it back to the car and 'dodgem' drove back to our lovely apartment so peaceful and slept.
From Robyn in Sardinia
... the southern end of the Il Castello, has stalled and the site like the rest of the city is plagued by graffiti. Also here the handbag market is still strong as the illegal street traders have not yet made the transition to the dreaded selfie stick. Back on board our departure was delayed as we waited for a container ship to clear the harbour entrance and then according to the captain we were also "waiting for a pilot to sail this beast of German machinery away from the ...
... to smuggle drink back on board the ship. Any alcohol brought on board will either be put in storage until your departure or you have to pay corkage. The Spanish, well they just never stop talking and also have no notion of an inside voice. The Australians are just loud, and I think they did take some pleasure in telling me they had won the cricket by showing a picture of their team holding the World Cup. ...
Today we went to the beautiful little city called Cagliari in Sardinia. When we wandered the streets mum, dad and I found a little crypt next to a church were they used to do pagan worship. We've seen as much under the cities as we have above. Then it was used in world war two as a bomb shelter.
As we wandered further, after the city walls gate, we found a neat bits and pieces shop where I found fabulous cat glasses (see picture). Unfortunately ...