- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mediterraneo Livorno
Travel Blogs from Livorno
... As we sat and ate lunch a very cute little old man played the piano accordion, I actually thought I was dreaming! The girls dipped their toes in the Mediterranean for the first time! We spent the afternoon looking around the quaint little alleyways, Katie bought me a little cork stopper as a pressie! Very sweet. We caught a train back. Ever seen the movie ground hog day? This day would be the day I ...
Instead of traveling to Florence and Pisa, we decided to tour The Cingue Terre region. Due to the difficulty to reach this area, it's well preserved with centuries old footpaths and mule tracks winding high above the sea, leading through olive groves, terraced vineyards, orchards and woods. Small sandy beaches among the rocks, high cliffs, caves and tiny bays characterize this very scenic coast. The coastline, the five villages, and the ...
... br> After diner I went for a complimentary non surgical facelift and although it did look amazing you need a small mortgage found it. The first treatment is $3000!!!!
once over that, we again headed to Showtme and listened to Lovena B Fox who was an incredible singer and so energetic. After this we went to Bingo to keep Carolyn happy and a WON.!! Sheree won $100 in the first round and I won $300 in round 3!!! It was paid out in $US.
... looking at the shop windows. We stopped for a drink at a lovely little restaurant and the atmosphere was simply beautiful. The only down side we experienced was the cost of food and drinks – a beer of about 330 ml was 6.80 euros and a single gelati cone (admittedly a huge scoop) was 7 euros. We just felt a like the prices were a bit steep compared to other areas we have visited. However we did enjoy buying some neckties for Malcolm. They were ...
... price goes up by a couple of euros...also in Florence as in many European cities you have to pay to use the toilets. I was happy and relieved to find that since my last visit to Italy,28 years ago, they have mostly upgraded their toilets from the old "starting block" type ( hole in floor) to western style toilets. A drive through the expensive part of Florence with tree lined streets curling up and around the hill towards the top to view the ...