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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
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Today we went by bus then train to Cinque Terre, we were supposed to take a boat too, but that had to be cancelled because of the winds and rough seas. The train was a nightmare, they filled the train to "no move capacity" it was a scary trip, we decided to skip one village and go right to Montoroso and had more time in the village and less on the train. We took the train back to the bus,then back to the ship. We had another rough seas ...
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We hung around until the procession to the Chef's table took place and they were seated ... always nice to watch the anticipation of their faces when they see the table up close for perhaps the first time. We saw Joan and Michael but they didn't see us ... enthralled by the table no doubt ! They were nicely dressed but it's a shame that most others didn't get a little more sparkly ... they weren't even wearing resort wear which ...
... I went to see the show "Star Walker-Michael Jackson" which was fantastic. Looked over to my left and the boy's were there with Club Popi and looked as they were throughly enjoying themselves. I enjoyed it so much that I came back to watched the second show and the Nic and Tom met me at Midnight in the local bar where we watched some entertainment and they shared a Pink Panther Mocktail. Ben when straight back home as he was tired. Poor Al hadn't ...
Livorno Sorry I have been behind with the blogs....so much to do. The sea was like a mill pond last night and we are slept much better. Not a great distance between Monaco and Livorno so at times it seemed as though the ship was barely moving. In contrast to Monaco, the port of Livorno is very industrial and not very attractive. We had a private tour booked for the 6 of us and it was a fabulous day. Our driver spoke exceptional English, was very knowledgable and had a good sense ...
... 8217;s David in the Academia Museum. It was great to actually see David in person - he's actually 14 feet high plus the height of the pedestal. The veins in his hands and arms, his eyes’ gaze and his muscle details are amazing. Michelangelo is buried in a church here in Florence.
The Uffizi museum is huge with hundreds of pieces of art and sculpture. The most recognizable piece in it would be the ‘The Birth ...