NH Grand Hotel Palazzo
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... sight seeing, that we prefer the sun decks of the ship to the sightseeing of Florence! Anne even has an afternoon nap. In the evening we dine with three other couples (all American, or Canadian), before watching the Remix show in the Theatre. We then briefly watch a Dancing with the Crew activity, before having an early ...
... small spaces. A huge transport ship has just come in loaded to the top deck with semi trailers (not the prime movers just the trailers). As an old school bow thruster a tug has just given it a hand to drag the nose around to basically reverse up a port channel to the very end berthing point on the wharf to commence unloading. We have also just had a cargo ship called the Bahri Hofuf pull up next door so geting put tonight past the norwegian cruises ship and this thing will be ...
... they had spaces so they allowed us to amend our booking. In our defence, it's easy to lose track of day and time when you're on holiday! :-) Both the show and the meal was excellent. It was hard to believe they could ever put on such a show in such a small venue. But it was fantastico! With surf & turf on the menu, we were delighted! From here we went to Headliners Comedy Club where we watched Howl at the Moon and a had a drink. Then it was time to head back to the ...
Our day started meeting our driver dockside at 8am. We drove from Livorno where the ship docks to Florence. Before taking us directly into the town, our driver took us to an overlook where some of the pictures were taken from. There you can see the Duomo and the Ponte Vecchio bridge. Once in the main area of Florence our driver handed us over to our walking tour guide who explained in detail the architecture and the rise and fall of the great families as well as ...
... little girl. Those of you who know me would know that it normally takes a fair amount to make me cry, I am not a crier. So when I walked back to Lisa in tears she lost it, she was so angry about the way that I had been treated. Lisa went and lined up and got served by another lady who sold her tickets to Genova straight away without one rude word. So basically Alain was just a rude old French man. Our day was finally looking up, so with our new tickets to Ventimiglia ...