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Travel Blogs from Livorno
... beauty for this prairie girl to handle! After we made our way back to the hostel, we took a little "nap" and accidentally woke up around ten that night, with just enough time and energy to slip into our pajamas and go back to bed for the rest of the night! The next morning we woke up bright and early on a mission! Hiking Cinque Terre, which is a string of five little towns that are built along the Italian Riviera! After waiting a little while in the train station for the first train ...
... and ours had free on board wifi. Of course, I didn't bring the iPad but I did have my iPhone and even with a low battery, got Mom onto her email. The first part of our journey was a 40 minute ride to Lucca with everyone in our van very quiet as we all were stocking up on free wifi that worked great. I told Mom that if I were a tour driver, I would give free wifi on board so the people wouldn't ask me questions or bother me while I ...
... beautiful blue, Mederterrian !
We take a ferry back to the fourth village, where again little boats are pulled up on the beach, local children are fishing and many people are swimming. We are only here for about forty minutes so just sit in the shade and watch, before the last train ride back to La Spezia, where the coach is waiting to take us back to our ship. It been quite a long, hot day, but Cinque Terre beats some old leaning building any ...
... Fine Arts but the queues were extensive and we would not have time to wait and then do justice to all that is inside so we retraced our steps and visited the Caffe Duomo which sits in the shadow of the back of the cathedral. We enjoyed a meal here whilst watching passers by and just soaking up the culture of this delightful city. Once replete we headed to look at some of the market stalls to buy a few souvenirs before finding a different route to take us back to ...
... We stood and watched for awhile as the old men debated over the exchanging of their goods (the price and size of the catch). There also seemed to be some rowing competition happening on this particular holiday which we watched for awhile as quite a few onlookers screamed and clapped. We didn't really know what was going on and what it was all for so we soon kept ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking