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... working on the Pacific Princess for our World Cruise in 2012. It was so nice to see her again as she is working on the Emerald Princess now. What a nice surprise to see someone who had become pretty close with on that very special cruise! It was a quiet night in the bar she was working, so we really got a chance to visit.
... how they are able to live on the meagre money they would make. We probably walked more today then we have on any other day. It is a very easy place to walk around. We left on the bus about 5.30 and arrived back at the ship at about 7.00. We had a quick bite and then called it a day. Florence is an amazing city. It oozes history and pageantry. Some of the architecture is beyond belief. Another day where words cannot express the adventure of being ...
Three hours was plenty of time to visit and we found our way back to the bus stop. We were back to the ship by 3:00 in time to eat a pretty darn good hamburger for late lunch. OMG diner was only four hours away so we tried to eat only half the burger. We actually spent the late afternoon watching an old movie on television. We picked up a brochure in town for an excursion to Sorrento and Pompei. We had already booked the ship’s cruise ...
... and upright - hmmm, let's let that one pass.
The Scooter is predictably starting to leak oil. Theories include main bearing seal or "it's not built for this sort of punishment".
Apparently Paul witnessed a scooter rider with a canine passenger and one brave soul proving you can take a lawnmower on a Vespa.
Last night Paul caused much mirth in the kitchen at the excellent Pizzeria Nando in ...
... popular with the ladies.
Some people in our group had lunch at one of the many beautiful restaurants surrounding the square, but we just kept walking, away from the crowds to the quiet back streets. Here, the squares were nearly empty, with only the locals in the cafes.
We couldn't visit Lucca without trying their version of Buccellato, a sweet eggy bread with rasins and aniseed. I stood in the queue at ...