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Old 07-06-2014, 03:54 PM   #16
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If you get a chance, I hope you'll reconsider. Las Ramblas is one of the great walking streets of the world. Just for another perspective, I've been to Barcelona (and down Las Ramblas) a couple of times and guess I've missed some the more colorful parts. Many families are strolling around. Just not at 6:15am. :D
I totally agree. Even if my kids were younger I would not miss walking down La Rambla. I think only because my kids are older did they notice some of the more colorful things for sale. Off of La Rambla is the cool Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria that has just about everything and anything for sale and was fun to walk around and see things we don't have at home.


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So is the show always your first night in Animator's Palate? I'm going to try to book a 2nd palo dinner, but don't want to miss the show either.
It appears like yes it is the first night. We definitely missed not eating at Palo but we are so glad we went to AP that night.

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Can I ask do you still have your navigators that you could post pics of? I am particularly interested in the character meet and greets.
I will scan them and start posting as well.
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Day 3 (Monday) - Villefranche, France

Day 3 (Monday) – Villefranche, France
Sorry for the long post but trying to add what I think are helpful details. Today we have our first excursion planned – Highlights of Monaco & Monte Carlo. This tour was meeting at 12:30 pm so we were able sleep in again. I was first up so again went upstairs and was greeted with a great view of the harbor. This is the only port we have to tender at so we were not docked but had dropped anchor.

Some artsy/fartsy shots I liked






After taking some pictures and having breakfast, we leisurely got ready to go ashore. We packed our bottles of water, passports, Key to the World cards and tickets and then we were off. Because we were leaving the ship a little later we did not have to go to the WD Theatre for tender tickets. As soon as we checked out there was a tender ready to go so we were off to France!

The ride was a short 10 minute, very calm ride to the port. This ride also was a great chance for pictures of the Magic. Once we walked off the tender there was a Disney photographer there to take your picture. After you leave the port building we crossed the street and we were in the cool little town of Villefranche.

From the tender


We walked around town and then along the sidewalk to take a look at the beach. We were very glad we brought our water because it was HOT! We found a little store that sold water and snacks so we picked up some big water bottles and some of the best cookies chocolate covered cookies!

One of the streets...loved the building colors!


Another note I should have added earlier. On advice from a friend that travels to Europe frequently, we used an ATM in the Frankfurt airport to get some euro’s to use for our small purchases like the water and snacks. He told us the exchange rates were good this way and better than converting US cash to euros.

We walked up towards the fortress and then it was time to join our tour. Because it was later in the day we actually met at the port, not on the ship. It was kind of chaotic but soon we were headed to our bus.

We then drove to Monte Carlo and the world famous casino. Once you enter Monte Carlo you drive on the street where the Grand Prix is held and go past the start/finish line which is cool. Because the race was only a few weeks before they were still taking down the stands. We then drove to an underground garage to park the bus.



Once you exit the bus we walked up the ramp and made our way to the front of the casino. This walk is about 10-15 minutes long but almost entirely uphill. The cool part is you walk right past the hairpin turn in front of the Fairmont Hotel. We stopped several times to have things explained to us about Monte Carlo and to make sure no one got too tired.

Up to the casino-notice the red/white curb from the race


Once we reached the casino we had about 30 minutes to wander around. We walked down to see the front of the Opera House and then a little farther to look over Monte Carlo and take some pictures of the yachts docked at the pier. We then went to the gift store in front of the casino. We then made our way back down the hill to meet the bus. Did I mention it was HOT?

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Opera House


After re-boarding the bus we drove up to the area of Monaco where the Palace is located. Once we parked you walked to an escalator (loved how our guide pronounced this word), which then took you to an elevator. After you exit the parking structure you are in front of the Scientific Centre of Monaco. We were then given a choice to continue following the guide up towards the Cathedral or wander on our own. We chose to continue following the guide.

We followed her up to the Cathedral and then to the Palace. During this walk (gentle slope up to the Cathedral where it then flattens out) our guide did a great job of telling us all the facts about Monaco. We were then allowed about 90 minutes to wander on our own.

Cathedral


Palace


We wandered over to the right of the Palace and there is a great view overlooking the marina and Monte Carlo.

Great view of Monte Carlo


We continued wandering the narrow little streets and found a little restaurant to eat lunch. It was pricey but we were hungry and the sandwiches and pizza were really good.

We next worked our way down to Saint Nicholas Cathedral and went inside. This is the Cathedral where Grace Kelly married Prince Rainier III. It is also the burial place for many of the Grimaldis including Princess Grace and Prince Rainier. It was beautiful inside so if you are there you must visit the inside.

Princess Grace's tomb


Inside the Cathedral


We then worked our way down to the bus, boarded and headed back to the ship. One common occurrence on the bus rides were naps. We all napped at some point on almost all the buses. Don’t feel ashamed to do the same thing as we were definitely not the only ones.

Down the hill in front of the Fairmont (on the right)


We took a different route back and skirted the edge of Eze (which our tablemates said was a neat medival town to explore) and then to some hills with Nice in the distance. The guide and bus driver were nice enough to stop along the road to get some good shots of the Magic and the harbor.

Magic


Panorama of the Magic in the harbor


Before you knew it we were getting off the bus and headed back to the ship on the tenders. We arrived back onboard around 6:00 so we decided to skip the movie Maleficent in the WDT and went to deck 9 for ice cream instead!

We then went back to the room and a couple of us went down to O’Gills. They had a great Irish/folk trio playing and I felt so bad because we were the only ones in there. We enjoyed going down to O’Gills after getting back on the ship most days because they have some good munchies. They always had fixings for nachos, chicken wings, veggies and dip, and other finger foods. It was a nice change from the food available on deck 9.

We had our first dinner at Carioca’s tonight and we liked the new theme. We had been in this space before but way back when it was Parrot Cay. The food, service etc. were very good but have no idea what I ate that night.

Because we missed the earlier show of Maleficent we went to the Buena Vista Theatre for the 10:45 show. Another note here. My DW and youngest DS don’t like 3D movies. The Maleficent showing in the WDT was in 3D as a word of warning/excitement while the BVT was not. It is a great movie and glad we saw it.

Now off to bed with the next stop La Spezia, Italy!
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Old 07-07-2014, 09:34 PM   #18
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Bathrooms on the DCL contracted tour buses?

Thank you for the wonderful review. We are headed to Barcelona for a 12 nt. Med on July 23rd. One of the things that has been worrying me a bit is the long transfers on the tour buses to reach the excursion destinations. Do the buses have bathrooms? When I called DCL to ask they said probably yes, but didn't sound too confidant. Nothing's worse than trying to get your child to "hold it"! thank you!
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Thank you for the wonderful review. We are headed to Barcelona for a 12 nt. Med on July 23rd. One of the things that has been worrying me a bit is the long transfers on the tour buses to reach the excursion destinations. Do the buses have bathrooms? When I called DCL to ask they said probably yes, but didn't sound too confidant. Nothing's worse than trying to get your child to "hold it"! thank you!
Okay- I don't think I am replying correctly, Disneygirl, we went on the 12 night med in June and did the majority of Disney tours (Villefranche, La Spezia, Naples, Sicily, Corfu, Dubrovnik) and there were no bathrooms on any of the tour buses. Great trip, great tours, and often tour guides would direct you towards 'toilets', but none on the buses.
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Thank you!

Thank you about the bathroom info. See, I really had a feeling that they were not giving me correct info. at DCL. It seems like they would have been able to ask someone who knew. Well, I guess an hour bus ride is doable, but a 2 hour drive to Monaco with no restroom would be rough. I will keep that in mind! Most people would probably never think of such things, but 2 members of my family suffer from IBS and always worry if they will be somewhere without access to a bathroom -- even more so if in some way they would need to inconvenience others.

By the way, your photos are just gorgeous!
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Thank you about the bathroom info. See, I really had a feeling that they were not giving me correct info. at DCL. It seems like they would have been able to ask someone who knew. Well, I guess an hour bus ride is doable, but a 2 hour drive to Monaco with no restroom would be rough. I will keep that in mind! Most people would probably never think of such things, but 2 members of my family suffer from IBS and always worry if they will be somewhere without access to a bathroom -- even more so if in some way they would need to inconvenience others.

By the way, your photos are just gorgeous!
DJinPA is correct. We did not have a bathroom on any of our buses. However, only on our Amalfi Coast excursion (Naples-coming soon!) did we ever drive more than an hour without a stop. Also, the bus ride to Monaco was under and hour and where the bus parks there were public restrooms.

And thank you for the compliments on the photos. I just hope my reports aren't too long and everyone enjoys the photos.
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Another great instalment that is certainly not to long for me. All the information is very useful.

Thanks to those who replied about Las Rambla. I will maybe see how we feel once we're there. We just seem to hear so many stories about pickpockets and scam artists as well as the things you've already mentioned. I know you get these in a lot of places, certainly in parts of Paris we have witness this but Las Rambla seems to get a higher report than most. I don't think it helps that my Mum had her bag slashed on a visit back 7 or 8 years ago.

Looking forward to La Spezia!
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I am really enjoying your trip report Woody64!! It is packed with useful information and your pictures are fabulous!! Thank you for posting and I too am looking forward to your next post.
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I am enjoying your trip report very much and your pictures are beautiful!! We were on the cruise after you (June 14-26th)
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Day 4: La Spezia, Italy

Day 4 – La Spezia, Italy
Today we were up early to get ready for our excursion to Florence and Pisa. After grabbing a quick breakfast we were off to the WDT to meet up with our excursion. Once you check in, where you find out your tour number and get your stickers for your shirt, they have you sit in one row for your excursion. After a short wait we were on our way to the bus.

We had about a 90 minute bus ride to Florence so there were a few naps along the way. Our nice tour guide Guilia informed us we would be stopping about half way basically at a truck stop to use the rest room and stretch. She said there were not many public restrooms in Florence so this would be a good spot to stop. After the quick 15-minute stop we were back on our way. Oh yeah, it is already getting hot outside.

Soon enough we were entering Florence and on our way to the old section. I forgot to mention yesterday that they hand out radios with one earpiece to listen to the guide as we walk around. You could hear pretty well and it had decent range so you didn’t have to stay right next to the guide. Also, both the front and back of the bus had our tour number so they were easy to spot as well.

Once we exited the bus we made our way into Florence behind our Mickey shaped sign. Looking straight down the street you couldn’t miss the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore, Il Duomo. It is hard to describe how big this church really is when seeing it for the first time. We approached from one of the sides and then continued to the front, the Piazza del Duomo. Guilia gave us lots of great information as we took in this great structure.

Starting our tour in the streets


Some details on Il Duomo


GoPro image because it is so big! Scaffolding(L) is on the Baptistry


The Dome


I snuck away for a quick look and picture of the East doors (facing Il Duomo) to the Baptistry of San Giovanni, the Gates of Paradise (according to Michelangelo). If you’re a Dan Brown fan you must read “Inferno” before going to Florence and you will see many of the places that are featured in the book.

Door detail


Here’s yet another note: be prepared to see some of the sites partially covered in scaffolding, netting or sometimes completely covered. This was the case with the doors mentioned above as well as many other sites on the rest of the trip. It is a little disappointing but when you realize how old these structures are you can only imagine the upkeep to keep them standing.

From there we continued down the streets (and passed a Disney Store) as we made our way to the Piazza della Repubblica. We stopped for an explanation on this piazza and other information about this section of the city. It is also now officially HOT here as well. Our guide said it is like the weather they usually have in late July and August.

Piazza della Repubblica


Street artist


We were now on our way to the Ponte Vecchio bridge over the river Arno. This bridge dates back to 1345 and includes the Vasari Corridor above it. It was the only bridge not destroyed over the river Arno during WWII in Florence. It now houses lots of goldsmiths and jewelry stores.

Shops on the bridge


Ponte Vecchio Bridge


We left the bridge and walked along the river to the entrance to the Uffizi Gallery. Scaffolding currently covers a lot of the exterior of the Gallery, but the building was still beautiful.

Arch we walked under to get to Uffizi Gallery


Uffizi Gallery with scaffolding


At the far end of the Uffizi Gallery is the Piazza della Signoria and the Palazzo Vecchio. This Piazza is spectacular with its statues and the Neptune fountain. The statues include the copy of “David” by Michelangelo and “Hercules and Cacus” by Bandinelli. Search Google for more information on all the other sites in this Piazza as there are too many to list. We just looked around and took in all there was to see.

Copy of "David"


"Hercules and Cacus" to the right of "David"


Neptune Fountain


"David" lower right


Guilia then led us down a few blocks to Piazza Santa Croce. Unfortunately the Piazza was under construction with a soccer stadium of sorts was being constructed for the Calcio Florentino-basically a city championship of a game created in Florence in the 16th Century that is played the 3rd week of June every year.

Because of this we did not get a true appreciation for this Piazza and the Basilica in it. Once we arrived we were set free to wander on our own for 90 to walk around. Have I mentioned yet today that it was HOT?

We were hungry so we walked a few blocks down to All'Antico Vinaio located at
Via dei Neri, 74. We had huge, authentic sandwiches on awesome bread for €5! The sandwiches could easily feed 2 people. We also shared a glass of wine (€2-serve yourself) and a couple od Coke Lights. We knew about this place because the daughter of a friend spent a travel abroad semester in Florence. We knew it was good because it was the only place with people packing the place, including locals and tour guides. Look on trip advisor or other places for reviews.

All'Antico Vinaio-notice the crowd


After lunch we walked back towards Il Duomo and some of the shops and outdoor kiosks. My DS and DW purchased some scarves but my wife wishes she would have picked up a small leather purse she saw so here’s her insight: if you see it, buy it now because you may not see it again. What this means is the tour we did in Rome had no shopping so she missed out. We guess we just have to go back.

Shopping


We continued walking around and each of us rubbed the boar’s nose (Il Porcellino) and dropped a coin in the fountain for good luck right outside one outside bazaar that had lots of leather goods. We shopped some more, got lost, and finally made our way back to the group.

Me and Il Porcellino with leather market behind me


Once our whole group was assembled we made our way back to the bus and left Florence. Our bus did go past an overlook of the city but could only slow down so pictures had to be taken thru the bus window.



Our bus had an exterior thermometer we could see and it read 34 C or about 93-94 F. After walking around a lot it felt good to get into the A/C and sit, and maybe nap, on the hour long drive to Pisa.

Once we arrived in Pisa we made our way to the bus parking lot. As soon as the doors opened the heat, and about 30 vendors selling sunglasses and umbrellas, descended on us. The vendors were not too aggressive but it was unexpected so just be prepared. We then had a 15-minute walk in the hot sun to a little shopping area just outside the walls to the Duomo di Pisa and the Tower. This area sells lots of trinkets and you can also buy a Rolex for €10!

Funny sign that vendors were selling the "Rolex" watches under


Souvenirs for sale


We then walked onto the grounds and had 30 minutes to explore and take pictures. We did all the usual “holding up the Leaning Tower” pictures and a few others. It was really funny looking at 100 different people doing different variations of the pose. We decided to use the restrooms, at a cost of 50 cents each person so be prepared.



Classic tourist pose


After walking around a little bit more we headed back to the meeting point and then back to the bus. After another 30-40 minute drive we were back at the ship. On the way back we could easily see the mountains above Carrara and the white marble strip mines. It was pretty neat seeing this area knowing it was from this area the marble for “David” and many other statues and buildings was mined centuries ago and continues to be mined.

The white is not snow but marble


We arrived back at the ship very tired. We had already decided we were going to skip tonight’s show and the main dining room and eat at Cabanas. We showered and went up and ate a nice dinner outside. The highlight was they had the desserts from the main dining rooms there that were really the only thing we wanted to try tonight. (Another tip: each restaurant’s menu is posted on the Navigator app so it was easy to check our options and decide whether or not to skip the dining room). After dinner we walked around deck, talked to some nice people we met from KC and just relaxed.

Note: We did use the free DCL app on our iPhones during the trip. If you can’t get it to connect make sure you clear your browser history and your cookies out and then try to connect. I only know this because I had to seek assistance and this is all the nice cast member did to get my phone to work. We used it mainly to look at dinner menus but we also found the ability to favorite activities. This allowed a quick look at activities we wanted to attend.

Note, Part 2: I did purchase the mid sized internet package due to some family health issues with family back in the states. Because of my email it was eaten up pretty quick. I chose not to buy more but it was very easy to sign up for the service and check how much you have used. The nice thing is that it shuts off when you reach your limit, not continue to charge you without you knowing.

We got to bed fairly early again with another big day tomorrow in Rome. According to my DW’s fitbit we walked approximately 8.2 miles today! We loved Florence and definitely want to visit it again.
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Another wonderful installment to your trip report!! I am really enjoying your pictures and all your info. Thanks again!!
Were you able to go in to the main church in Florence? or the Baptistery?
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Another wonderful installment to your trip report!! I am really enjoying your pictures and all your info. Thanks again!!
Were you able to go in to the main church in Florence? or the Baptistery?
We didn't have a lot of free time so we didn't even think about it so I don't know how to answer your question. Yes, people were going inside both but I'm not sure how long it took to get in or how long you would have had inside. This is one reason we would love to go back to Florence and spend a few days. There is sooo much to see.

Thanks for the kind words.
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I love your report and your insight! Thanks!
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Another great installment with fab photos. Florence looks so beautiful, it on my list of places to go, but I want to leave it until we can go without the children so I don't have it ruined with their moaning!
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WOW, your pictures are AMAZING.

So I was on this trip the week before you. Did the same excursion in Florence/Pisa. Villefranche was a different one for us (Scenic French Riviera tour). It is incredible to read you describe the heat in Florence. One week prior, the day we toured, it was 73 degrees. Our tour guide said it can get up to ~110 degrees in Florence in the summer. YIKES!
We had a private tour in Rome, which was unbelievable, and we did the Amalfi Coast/Pompeii tour in Naples. Absolutely fantastic tours all the way!

Really enjoying reliving this incredible trip through your TR. Thanks!
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