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... very pleasant few days here in Livorno. The festival has been a bit of a letdown. Everything we have seen (so far) has been a glorified 'trash & treasure market',.. surrounded by outdoor eating. The festival is in a district called Venezia,.. so named because it is a maze of canals,.. thousands of boats,.. and lots of residences. The festival is called 'Effeto Venezia' and the whole area is cordoned off at night for pedestrian and bike traffic only. We plan to spend some ...
... the area with not so much as a "howdy do". Being resourceful people, we weren't long finding our way to the attraction. I must say, had I been of more "senior years", I might have been ****** enough to give the tour operator a piece of what's left of my mind. They distinctly told us that the bus would take us directly to the Field of Miracles, whereby if we took the train, we would then have to bus, or walk, from the train station to the site. Well, I'm here to say, I don't know ...
... and a train ride to Monterosso. We found a tiny cafe where we enjoyed stuffed clams and a caprese salad (fresh tomatoes with mozzerella cheese) which had become one of our daily favorites in Italy. The stuffed clams were so wonderful we would be talking about them for many days to come!!
Then we caught the train to Monterosso -- the northernmost village. We walked and explored a bit, and found this town to be mainly a beach resort, but ...
... River, thus some of the buildings started leaning. Of course the Leaning Tower itself has been reinforced so it will not actually fall down. There were also some other beautiful buildings and churches including the Duomo di Pisa and medieval towers and town walls. We also saw several of the schools that make up the University of Pisa. Alex and Sydney both purchased souvenir sweatshirts from the University. Next we ...
This morning we arrived in the Italian City of Livorno, in the provence of Tuscany.
Livorno is another port city, and Florence is about a 11/2 hour drive away.
Phoebe is very unhappy about the prospect of going to the Kids Club, as she reckons the staff are mean and the little babies are annoying.
This could prove to be a real problem for us (particularly because we have already booked some excursions)
So Phoebe was given ...
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