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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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Day 75 (Sunday 25 Oct) Civitavecchia Today marks the beginning of the next stage of our expedition; cruising around the Mediteranean. Whilst this means our adventure is working towards it's inevitable conclusion, we have both been looking forward to a break from constant packing, unpacking, and then packing again. We now get 12 days IN A ROW where we can sleep in the same bed and not have to worry about the next accommodation or the next train. Plus we (and by we I mean Alita) ...
... glasses of wine and we had not even made it to our stateroom yet!
During this short stay in the Club, we were offered the opportunity to attend a special Executive Chef's Table dinner event where only eight suite guests are invited to attend; we gladly accepted the offer and very excited to experience it in the week following our start.
Within about 20 minutes, we were escorted to our suite. The suite was enormous - a full living room, ...
... hotel suite, with a good size verandah and large bathroom, king bed, comfortable couch, yada yada yada. It's by far the nicest cruise ship we've ever been on. Our room attendant is Maskura, from Indonesia. He has worked with Celebrity Cruise Lines for 9 years. Each year he has a 6 month contract to work on a given cruise ship, then returns home to Indonesia for 6 months to be with his family. As with all the Indonesian employees we have met on cruises, ...
... glad we did! Once again a feast for the senses – the tapestries, paintings and priceless art, beyond what Keith and I could ever have imagined. Even Giva was speechless and conducted himself in a respectful way, as was fitting for the setting we were in. I was fascinated to read that the design for the tapestries was painted in a mirror image from the back as tapestries are – for someone as laterality challenged as I am, it was enough to do my head in – (Giva and ...
... had her exhibition upstairs, the are was quite dark but good, it also allowed us to sneak up on the roof for a better view of the surroundings.
We stopped at random picture-postcard Tuscan village, Pitigliani, for a late lunch. Unfortunately we were there just past 3pm closing so no-one would serve us, despite their restaurants still being filled with diners. Very frustrating and helps to explain ...