Parking Hotel Giardino
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... rich fish tomato-based stew cooked with numerous types of locally-caught fish and shellfish, and served on a slice of bread (to soak up the juices). That was my choice of main course and it was decidedly yummy! After dinner (around 10.00pm), we had the restaurant Manager, Marco, call us a taxi and we headed home. The plans to spend some more time wandering the canals through the Trash & Treasure didn't seem too important at that hour. The cab driver, on the ride home, had ...
... building (as you can see in the photo). Once we determined there was no risk of it falling, we were on our way. We did a quick walk about in the Cathedral while there, and then headed back to the bus area. This was the spot that I had decided a nice cheesy souvenir was in order, so I purchased a little replica of the Tower for 1 E. Next thing you know, we are back in Livorno where most every shop has shut down for the afternoon. The shops have weird hours here. Open in the ...
... parking area, but was not allowed to stay there for long. So nice to visit for a day, but you'd have to be young and fit to manage the logistics of staying here.
Back on the ship we met for dinner with our new found friends from the day's excursion. Heather from California, her mother June and June's granddaughter from Boston. I had connected with Heather on cruisecritic.com and that led us to sharing the excursion. She works for an ...
... Tournabuoni, AKA the Fifth Avenue of Florence. We ended our day at a gelato shop. Francesco was an awesome guide. He made sure to take us to places where the Italians go and not where all the tourists would be. We got to see some things that I know we would not have seen had we opted for one of the ship's excursions. Tomorrow the same company picks us up at 7:30 am for a full day in Rome. This will likely be the highlight of our ...
... and is symmetrical in design.
I love the history of these places, and it makes me feel good to know that my garden will look that good in another 200 -500 years (?!?)
Varramista is now owned by the same family who own Vespa (the fabulous little motorbikes that are everywhere in Italy), and they produce their own wine as well as Grappa (famous Liquor).
They also host weddings and offer tourist accommodation.
We toured the ...