- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a decent map and after figuring out where north probably was we headed for the Mercado (Merchandise market) as it closed at 2:30. The map was sort of approximate but we found it. It was ancient and represented a early version of a supermarket. Sort of like a farmer's
Market full of fresh fish, butcher shops and a variety of cheese, bread and other foods. Many shops were already closed.
Livorno was already established as a port ...
... lentils with finely-chopped bacon and the moved on to La Bodeguitta - a trendy bar on Livorno's canal system featuring live music. The latter featured the ex-drummer from Prince's band with accompaniment, I hope.,
Then on to Il Rivellino San Marco in the Venezian quarter - amazing food, Paul had polpi and lardo ("it's like a floppy pork scratching").
Civitavecchia beckons today.
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Keep the ...
... very long, with some selfish people pushing in. Then I had to pay 1 euro for the pleasure! So,Terry waited outside for me, and dragged me over to the tower for a couple of quick photos, but not enough time to really absorb the atmosphere before we had to scuttle back to the bus.
But I saw the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and it was all I had hoped it would be. It is a very pretty building, the bell tower for the cathedral. It ...
... and I would have what I like, peace and quiet.
Lucca turned out to be a pretty interesting town. The original old town was another walled city with the wall being about 30' high and a bit wider than that on the top, making a great place for the people to walk, jog and bicycle all the way around the old town with great views from the top of the wall while exercising. The vans stopped in the center of the town and left us for 3 ...
Visited the town of Lucca. Had lunch there in the plaza. Visited some shops. Lots of shoes. Went to Pisa to walk the Tower. Very cool. When you walk in, the marble floor is slanted. Walked up the slanted and steep steps to the bells. Finally, took our obligatory photos. Cheesy but ...