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Travel Blogs from Marina Di Campo
... off the quay and drop anchor before reversing back onto the quay for me to re-attach the lines. All this took some time to accomplish but eventually we were held fast and could put the kettle on and have a bite to eat before checking out the town. There was no electricity or water connection working on the quayside and no-one about until next day when Steve called into the office to see ...
... home of Napoleon. The island is small and can be circumnavigated by vehicle in a day. Unfortunately we did not explore to much of the island but did have a chance to stroll around the little harbour, the home to many yachts small and grand. I particularly liked seeing the rows of local fishing boats their bright colours offering old world character. Greens, blues, reds and whites vivid in contrast to the sea water and sunshine, as the locals bought the daily catch, helped ...
The title means "the sweetness of doing nothing" and is exactly what I am looking forward to doing in the heat of Thailand starting next week.
As it was, we were up to an indecent hour in the Idea Hotel to go and catch a train to Tuscany to meet up with one of Shelley's best friends from the cruise ship, Kerry. The train departed from Central Station at 8:10 and it took five hours to reach Livorno, from where we were being collected by ...
We landed in Pisa and spent the night in town. We finally climbed the leaning tower (recommended) and visited other sights in town.
The next day we headed back out to the airport to meet the earthwatch team. We drove an hour and half south to a small village near Populonia Stazione. We stayed in apartments in the village and ate our meals together at the apartments.
... at the tea towels there was one of Mussolini !!!! why would you buy a tea towel of Mussolini. May as well get one of Hitler too. We declined to get one.
There was an elderly lady in period dress sitting at a booth exchanging money with another person. When she smiles she had no teeth, This must be the entry. No English at all. So we tried to give her money for the entry into his house, and she kept asking for more and giving us a book. Turns out she was selling ...
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