Hotel La Vedetta di Montenero
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... a decent map and after figuring out where north probably was we headed for the Mercado (Merchandise market) as it closed at 2:30. The map was sort of approximate but we found it. It was ancient and represented a early version of a supermarket. Sort of like a farmer's
Market full of fresh fish, butcher shops and a variety of cheese, bread and other foods. Many shops were already closed.
Livorno was already established as a port ...
... lentils with finely-chopped bacon and the moved on to La Bodeguitta - a trendy bar on Livorno's canal system featuring live music. The latter featured the ex-drummer from Prince's band with accompaniment, I hope.,
Then on to Il Rivellino San Marco in the Venezian quarter - amazing food, Paul had polpi and lardo ("it's like a floppy pork scratching").
Civitavecchia beckons today.
Miles yesterday: 0
Keep the ...
... and I would have what I like, peace and quiet.
Lucca turned out to be a pretty interesting town. The original old town was another walled city with the wall being about 30' high and a bit wider than that on the top, making a great place for the people to walk, jog and bicycle all the way around the old town with great views from the top of the wall while exercising. The vans stopped in the center of the town and left us for 3 ...
Arrived here at 7.30am to a beautiful day. The Royal Princess is berthed over the water from us and she is big.
We were told last time we were here that the town of Livorno was worth having a look at so that is what we did. Followed a lot of people walking into town and it turned out later that we could have gone a much shorter way, which we took on the way back.
From there we walked to Piazza della Signoria where there was yet another copy of Michealango's famous statue of David as well as lots of other sculptures under a covered but open building and not to mention various statues dotted around the Square - quite amazing works of art so accessable to people.
From here, we were given 45 mins to explore this area and do an easy 5 min walk if that to Ponte Vecchio, the famous bridge with many gold and silver ...