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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Livorno
... and Deb headed back to the cabin. Some 20 minutes later as I came down the stairs onto our deck I meet Deb heading to the customer service desk. Deb was going to ask them for our cabin number as she had forgotten it and had spent the last 20 minutes searching for the cabin number she thought was ours only to find that it didn't actually exist. So the first stop today was Luca. Well actually the second as the first was ...
... supermarket that sells spit roast chickens and fresh bread!! Roast chicken was one thing I was missing from home, so to find it out here was like finding a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow! As I tucked into it in the sunshine one Italian lady stopped to comment on how nice it smelt! It saved me having to splash out on a restaurant lunch too after skipping breakfast :) After getting back to the garage he wasn't able to get to the route of the issue with ...
... shrug of the shoulders,... so we went for a walk till 8.00pm. Finally seated,.. We were made very welcome by the team (some we already knew from our connection with the camper site). A bottle of Tuscan C******nay and we settled in. Coll had a local dish called Riso Nero (Black Rice). It is a risotto that is blackened with squid ink (apparently). During our On / Off Bus ride, the commentary mentioned a particularly local dish called Cacciucco. It is truly Livornese. Basically it ...
... and a train ride to Monterosso. We found a tiny cafe where we enjoyed stuffed clams and a caprese salad (fresh tomatoes with mozzerella cheese) which had become one of our daily favorites in Italy. The stuffed clams were so wonderful we would be talking about them for many days to come!!
Then we caught the train to Monterosso -- the northernmost village. We walked and explored a bit, and found this town to be mainly a beach resort, but ...
... the locals. It's a 50 minute ride, with scenery that is now becoming familiar and at €3 each way per person a very reasonable mode of public transport!
The bus dropped us right into the walled city by a different gate, so after reorienting ourselves and checking where we needed to catch our return bus, we headed into the narrow cobbled streets of Lucca.