NH Grand Hotel Palazzo
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
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... After lunch we walked towards Piazza della Signoria on our way to Uffizi. We were too early to enter as our booking was for 2:15pm, so we went to get a coffee and wifi at a little shop near the Ponte Vecchio. The Uffizi Gallery is huge - there is so much to see there. We focused on the masterpieces this time. We saw Bottecelli's The Birth of Venus and Primavera (both were absolutely beautiful) and also Portrait ...
... Italy, however I think our guide "Marcella" indicated it had been surpassed now by the Genova Port. The through put of cargo is a massive amount.
We travelled by bus to the Western coast of Cinque Terre, taking approximately 1.5 hours to get there. On the way we went along the main highway that passed close by Piza, the renoun marble town and quarries and then on to La Spezia, which has a major military "arsenal". This is a major ...
... headed to Pisa. Having already been to Pisa in the past, it was fun revisiting. (Still beautiful!) However, this trip was a little different. We ended up arriving on the day of Italian Independence. Who knew! Fun celebrations were going on and we got to witness some parts of it.
Also, I experienced the inside of the baptistry and basilica. They were extraordinary.
Overall it was a good day. ...
I'm still struggling with jetlag – it’s been a week now – is this normal? I suppose it is – we’ve been very busy travellers. I woke this morning at 6:30 am – each day I’m getting a little bit more sleep.
Chris and I booked a spin class in the ship’s gym for 8:30 am. Chris woke early and couldn’t get back to sleep so decided to go for a run around the deck – 10 laps he managed ...
Visited the town of Lucca. Had lunch there in the plaza. Visited some shops. Lots of shoes. Went to Pisa to walk the Tower. Very cool. When you walk in, the marble floor is slanted. Walked up the slanted and steep steps to the bells. Finally, took our obligatory photos. Cheesy but ...