Cantiere Navale Donoratico Residence-Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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Today we had a private tour with a driver, and three other couples. Unfortunately, one couple happened to be the chronic complainers about everything. We got to meet Dan, the husband of Linda, the nurse from Chicago that was on our Barcelona tour. Both are extremely nice. Our last couple is from New Zealand, and will be on our tour of Ephesus when we reach Turkey. We met our driver for the day outside the terminal who turned out to be a 40ish year old Italian woman. ...
... sake), and what look like transistor radios hanging around their necks. These are apparently so that they can hear every word their tour group leader (holding a green and black umbrella high in the air) says. We have started to call them "Grannies with Trannies". Then there are the Contiki tour groups: all young, looking exceedingly hungover at 2 in the afternoon, and not one bit interested in what their tour ...
Arrived here at 7.30am to a beautiful day. The Royal Princess is berthed over the water from us and she is big.
We were told last time we were here that the town of Livorno was worth having a look at so that is what we did. Followed a lot of people walking into town and it turned out later that we could have gone a much shorter way, which we took on the way back.
... like, it loses reverse) so we are assured that we will stop at this village on our way back and we carry on to Levanto.
Levanto is the biggest village and from what we can see, the most commercialised. We have free time for two hours here, so share two beautiful plates of pasta (what else, in Italy) pesto linguine with green beans and ravioli with meat sauce. Both were delicious and were delivered with a bowl of the finest, softest, ...
Today I took a field trip for my History and Culture of Food glass. We had to be at the train station at 7am, which is the earliest I've been up this whole trip. Amy woke up at precisely 6:45, shoved an entire box of Cheerios in her purse, and we were out the door. We met our class of 23 and got on the smallest coach bus that I have ever seen. Not a surprise though considering the other cars we see around Italy. Our professor told us all to ...