In the United States, we don’t travel by train. We drive on interstates that cut through the flattest land, where the sides of the road are marked by tall, impenetrable trees and silver guardrails. 1,209 more words
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The port of Civitavecchia has long been the most important hub in Italy, and one of the most important in the Mediterranean in terms on the number of cruise passengers that reach its banks each year. 285 more words
Civitavecchia, Italy – 07:00 to 19:00
This morning we arrived in Civitavecchia, which is the first of four port days in a row. After the large number of initial sea days, this is quite a contrast, and all these ports is really putting a dent in our sea day routines. 576 more words
I’m sitting in a small whitewashed studio flat, classical guitar music playing in time with the ocean waves coming in through an open window. The deep blue of the window frame offsets the turquoise of the crashing ocean, raindrops intermittently freeing themselves from the clouds above. 5,285 more words
Alba in mezzo al Mar Tirreno sulla nave ”Florencia” in viaggio da Civitavecchia a Termini Imerese.
Sunrise in the middle of the Tyrrhenian Sea on the ship ” Florencia ” traveling from Civitavecchia to Termini Imerese. 6 more words