Costa Verde Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Ok, so one would think that with all my travels I would know what time my transfer was arriving. I'm blaming fatigue and Kathy. (I always throw my traveling companion under the bus)
We thought we were being clever to have coffee delivered to the stateroom at 7:30 until I realized that our driver would be here at 8:30. Frantic morning rituals were preformed in quarter time and we barely ...
... a national park and proclaimed herItage of mankind by UNESCO. Monterosso was our last stop where we had around 2.5 hrs. and a bite of lunch. It is renowned for the unspoilt architecture of the medieval centre, with lovely beaches, all they lack is white sand. The boys bought a T-shirt here and we picked up a couple of T-shirts for the grandkids. On return to the ship, I had a complimentary foot and ankle massage which was great and certainly ...
I straightened the Leaning Tower of Pisa! You can really see how the architecture went wrong. Galileo used the tower to prove 2 things of different weights fall at the same speed. He ended up proving it right. There is no point going in the tower because it's not anything special inside.
Next we went to ...
After a breakfast fit for a Queen we caught the complimentary shuttle bus to the Piazza Grande. Livorno is 2 miles from the harbour and is considered the gateway to Florence. We again decided to stay in the town. Highs: we found some amazing fruit and veggie markets and a Bali like shopping market. See some fantastic photos of zucchini flowers. We also had some coffee flavoured yoghurt. Now that was a first!!
on return to the ship we had ...
... Pisa, we did more walking. The coaches are not allowed into the historical areas so we walked. Although it is so often on any tourist’s itinerary in Italy, and in some ways could seem to be just another touristy thing to do, it was still quite exciting to see the leaning tower for ourselves.
It was funny to see so many tourists posing for photographs while “holding up the tower.” After some free time to wander about we were ...