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... table. . The menu was all in French and confusing but our waiter suggested we have the special of the day, entrée’ main and a glass of wine for 18 Eur which was a surprise - we thought that being in Monte Carlo it would be pretty expensive. We left it to him to order for us - he said one was a typical French dish which turned out to be French lentils cooked with speck and veg (tasted like it had been cooked for hours it was so creamy) and a large sausage which ...
... We returned to the ship early afternoon. Wayne, Mardi and Bill went for a spa/swim making the most of a glorious day with their new friend from Canada.
Most people on the ship are very friendly. I doubt that there is more than 10 kids, lots of oldies but they are quite capable of getting around. I've heard stories about seeing Zimmer frames everywhere but this isn't the case on this ship.
Next thing on the agenda is happy hour, dinner and a show....... Life is ...
Livorno is a lovely quaint seaside town, nestled between canals and towering buildings – a bustling fishing village which is bursting with heritage – we wandered the streets for a while, soaking up the atmosphere.
Ethan was showing the first signs (well maybe the fourth or fifth signs) of exhaustion. Bidding Livorno goodbye, we returned to the ship to enjoy its creature comforts.
Tomorrow we wake in Porto ...
... women with heels riding a push bike.
I am constantly amazed at how patient European drivers are. Tourists walk out onto the roads to take photos or have no idea where they are going and hold up traffic; passing cars stop for a chat; a driver pulls up in traffic to drop something off into a store/house, and the list goes on, but you hardly ever hear the tooting of horns or the cursing as we do in Australia.
... all this art in history in one central piazza & for it to be free to all makes it such a refreshing experience.
Next stop was the Ponte Vecchio, a famous bridge that is now weighed down with a plethora of jewellery merchants most of which specialising gold. The bridge sparkled from the reflected sunlight off the hanging vines of necklaces.
By this stage the sun was at its peak & cooking us from the inside out. We had ...