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Life returning to normal on Giglio Island after Costa Concordia
GIGLIO ISLAND, Italy — My ferry was full of school groups, delivery trucks and tourists when we left the Tuscan port of Santo Stefano and headed toward the island of Giglio, 12 miles away. I sat on deck with the other foreigners, enjoying the spring sunshine: It was too cold for the Italians, who huddled downstairs drinking espressos.
By Carolyn Lyons, Special to the Los Angeles Times
June 10, 2012