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... are part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of The Cinque Terre National Park.
A drive north from the Port of Levorno took us to the Cinque Terre. In the village of Manarola, we we explored the village and then boarded a train for a short ride that took us to the fishing village of Vernazza. No visit to the Cinque Terre can end without visiting Monterosso al Mare. We enjoyed exploring the tiny shops and had lunch at a very cute cafe.
Last night we once again had a fantastic dinner. All selections from all three courses were based on dishes from the show 'top chef at sea' competition and they were really good. The issues I had developed regarding weight loss over a month and a bit of walking have been sorted in about three days on the cruise. After rolling out of the formal dinning room we needed to go for a walk and on the top deck of the ship is the 'corning museum of glass' glass blowing demonstrations. ...
... weight and looked good and were very reasonably priced.
The day had been quite warm and continued to be so into the afternoon when a thunderstorm hit the city. It rained for quite a while as our guide gathered us together for a fairly long walk back to where we would meet the coach. By the time we arrived at the bus, we were all quite drenched. However still in good spirits we travelled back to the port of Livorno to reconnect with our ship.
... got back to the suite Ana left us with a pair of swans resting on our bed surrounded with rose petals.
Went out onto the balcony and was struck by the glow of a waning full moon. It’s reflection shimmering against the inky waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
We have 2 more sleeps then we leave Seabourn Quest and move onto the next leg of our holiday. Wonder what the train journey and weather is going to be like. ...
... on the ground....aargh...driving in Italia. Florence is one of my favourite cities, loaded with atmosphere, beautifully dressed people, artists everywhere displaying their amazing works from watercolours, pastels, oils and sketches ....even beautiful pieces of artwork done on the pavements in chalk. Walk around a corner to see the Piazza della Signoria circled in magnificent renaissance sculptures and fountains. A time when the famous ...