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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... some amazing sights including Michelangelo’s David, the original David’s sculpture stood in the Piazza Della Singoria for 350 years before it was moved to its current place in the academy of fine arts. In its place now stands a 19th century copy. The Piazza Della Signoria is an open air museum with countless sculptures that dramatically depict political themes of the 14th century. We also saw the Santa ...
... in to my sat nav some of the towns recommended and plotted a route through the region. The only problem with this was that the sat nav decided to take me pretty much off road! I followed this steep rocky track down the hill and could see no sign of the ancient hilltop town I was mean to be heading to - castellina in chianti. I was heading down hill for a start! As I got further down this "road" the pot holes got worse and it showed no sign of going ...
... provided a brilliant panoramic view of the township.
After having walked around the streets for awhile, we gathered back at the train station for our journey back to a township called Levanto where we once again cought our bus to travel for around one hour back to our ship at Livorno. We arrived back a little after 6pm, in time for the ship to set sail at around 7pm to sail overnight to Monarco / Monte Carlo in the south east of France.
... right on the water. The town was built around an old castle from 1100. Like everywhere else, there were lots of narrow, steep staircases that led to the top of the city. In this area, they grow a certain type of pine nut (I think?) that is used in pesto. Apparently it is the best in all of Italy. A lady let us sample, and it was amazing. I didn’t even think I liked pesto. I purchased a small jar and a piece of bread.
We started our last day by eating our normal breakfast and then headed out for a little 2.5 mile walk around our favourite sights and a visit to the market. We also managed to pass a very nice jewellery shop selling Murano glass, where I managed to let Lyn talk me into buying another necklace and earrings set. Well, a girl can never have too many!
We then realised the time and Lyn rushed back to the hotel to get our cases while I waited by the train station. We caught the ...