Hotel La Vedetta di Montenero
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Vedetta di Montenero Livorno
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... we were unsure on where to get the tickets from or even where the tour was leaving from we needed to visit the tourist information centre but they were closed until 8:30. Interestingly we couldn’t find free Wi-Fi anywhere in Livorno, even McDonalds doesn’t have free Wi-Fi here even though most shops offer that they do.
The town itself was like most of the European towns. This one has its own fortress, city walls and ...
... a coffee and completely unnecessary but lovely pastry and free wifi before heading home for a very lazy afternoon. Later that evening as the tours start arriving back on the second long day of touring a red carpet is laid out at the gangplank and there are staff from each department and a band welcoming people home with applause and cold towels and drinks! what a nice touch! well done ...
... bakery and did a bit of taste testing of a few products. I then hit the jackpot! Joelene said she would love a coffee and i found a place that did coffees, white wines and it was directly across from the seafood markets that specialised in almost any conceivable seafood product - including taste sized portions of anchovies in garlic and chilli. Oh geez i now stink. For now we have had another lunch, we are relaxing by the pool, Joelene has a complete body treatment at the ...
... we went for lunch. Well! We'd earned it! It had to be pizza and a wee glass of Pinot! Started heading back when we spotted a Gellataria. It would be rude not too! The ice cream here in Italy really is the best! As always, Ryan's timing was perfect and we arrived back at the station just on time for the next train back to Livorno. Luck was on our side as a shuttle bus had just arrived at Livorno station to take us back to the port. Since we arrived back earlier than planned, ...
... although after seeing so many now it's hard to remember one from the other sometimes. We walked over the only remaining bridge in Florence that wasn't bombed in WWII...Ponte Vecchio..built in 1345..with its unique style of shops that overhang the outside if the bridge....all jewellery shops selling gold and silver, one wonders with so many vendors selling much the items how they survive. Scrumptious pasta for lunch, Bob had a pizza which ...