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Civitavecchia

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  • Day3

    Civitavecchia - Port of Rome

    December 7, 2017 in Italy

    Heute haben wir einen kleinen Ausflug in Civitavecchia gemacht und uns gegen die Fahrt nach Rom entschieden.

    Der Winter ist zum Glück schon jetzt vorbei und wir konnten den Sonnenuntergang im Whirlpool sehen.

    Unser nächster Stop ist dann Heraklion auf Kreta am 9.12.!

  • Day6

    The last leg of our three month journey, there’s no better way to finish than on a cruise. Cruising on Jewel of the Seas, Royal Caribbean line around the Greek Islands for the next nine days. We caught the train this morning from Rome to the port of Civitavecchia then onboard for a leisurely afternoon before departing the port at 5.00pm.

  • Day72

    Civitavecchia, Italy

    August 19 in Italy

    Decided not to get off today to catch up on some very much needed sleep. Then in the evening Jackson had the night off! We went to Sindhu for dinner on the ship and then went to see Steve Hewlett a ventriloquist who was on Britain’s Got Talent. We had both seen him perform before but he’s really good.

  • Day7

    Monte Carlo, Monaco

    April 20 in Italy

    Another day, another country...this time one of the world's smallest countries, Monaco and it's main region Monte Carlo. The only smaller country is The Vatican City, Monaco is well known for its Casino, Princess Grace, and of course the famous Formula 1 car race, but more about that later.

    We had a tour, rather temptingly titled "Jewels of Cote d'Azur" which was basically a bus ride along the French Riviera to Nice, visiting the small town of Eze along the way. Eze is a village perched high on a rocky outcrop overlooking the Mediterranean. There are only about 50 inhabitants that live there which is quite understandable because you have to climb rather steepish hills to get there - cars can only go so far. We wandered around the narrow alleyways until we found a courtyard that had fantastic views. Brad was busy getting some photos when a well dressed gentleman came after us to advise us this was a private terrace - there was a sign on the gate (if they wanted it private they should have closed the gate). Didn't matter, Brad had already taken the photos.

    Then we headed to Nice, which is really just another city. Their beach is covered in large pebbles about the size of your palm, not really conducive to sunbathing but the water looked nice. Had a large flat area dotted with water jets that kids, adults and dogs were enjoying and I would not have minded having a go myself but we were off to lunch and I don't think a wet t-shirt was quite appropriate.

    After lunch it was back to Monte Carlo to check out some of the highlights such as the palace where Princess Grace/Prince Rainier lived and where Princess Caroline lives, the cathedral they were buried in, and nd the Monte Carlo Casino (ho humm....just another casino that costs €12 to just enter the gambling area although we were permitted to enter the main hall free of charge).

    Finally, to end the day we walked past of the Grand Prix circuit. The race is on next month and all the barricades and grandstands were being erected - crowds of people everywhere - absolute mayhem! Still, it was a good day even though we were very tired at the end.
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  • Day213

    Civitavecchia, Italy

    March 31 in Italy

    Another day that did not go as planned. Jackson was going to have the day off and then he applied for deck privileges so he has the night off. He however read his schedule wrong and his day off is in 2 days. So I spent the day in bed. He did finish early so we could have gone out but we decided to save our money for when we have the day together in Cartagena. Tonight however we still have the deck privilege where Jackson's bar manager is paying for us to have dinner in Glasshouse.Read more

  • Day1

    Day 1 Civitavecchia Markets

    August 14, 2017 in Italy

    What a beautiful little place, known for the port and where all the cruise ships dock,. Lots of markets, the fresh produce is unbelievable, market after market and they are packed. Beaches are pebbles but pretty. Lots of cafes and restaurants and the whole town comes alive after dark.

  • Day1

    Boarding the Ruby Princess

    November 5, 2013 in Italy

    We arrived at the airport in Rome about 7:00 AM local time after boarding in Charlotte, and changing airplanes at JFK Airport in New York. Because we could not board the ship, the Ruby Princess, at Civitavecchia, until noon, we had an extended bus tour of the city of Rome. We passed the Baths of Caracalla, and the Colosseum. We passed Vatican City, though we did not go in through the gates. I think Princess was just stalling until they could get our staterooms ready. Then we had to drive north to Civitavehcchia, where our ship was docked. It took quite a while. Even so, at around 4:00 pm our rooms were ready and we boarded the ship with no problems. The Ruby Princess is a lovely vessel, somewhat larger than the Coral Princess, on which we sailed through Alaska. At dinner Glenda and I were the only ones at a table for eight.Read more

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