Hotel Arnolfo & Aqua Laetitia Spa & Beauty
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Our hotel is quite a "step up" from our previous one and it is much appreciated. No balcony, but twice as large. We left our hotel in search of lunch and found a nice cafe with outdoor seating. We ate our paninis on a cute patio as cars and buses drove right past us on a narrow one way street. After lunch, We went on an audio Rick Steves tour called the Renaissance Walk ...
... today. One just past the Accadamia. I love it. And the second one, on the way back to pick up the first one. I love it too. This was what I had planned to buy on the trip and have been studiously holding out till Florence! ( Emily ... what happens in Paris, stays in Paris. OK?) Have to wait to see them til I get back. Arrived back about 4.30pm. Checked on a taxi to get to the station tomorrow. I am meeting the horse riding tour there tomorrow at 9.15am ... outside ...
... San Gimignano sits high on a hill, about half an hour drive from Sienna. The countryside is dotted with villas and farm houses. This is a medieval town and 80% of the original buildings are still standing. It is famous for its towers - there used to be 72 towers in the town but now only 13 remain. The towers in medieval times were built by families to represent how rich they were - the richer they were, the higher tower they built! The only organised part of ...
... for dessert. Tonight.. Some apple crisp pie. It was great. Wine was local chianti and never disappoints! Walked home with full bellies and a bet on which of us knew the fastest way to get back to our apartment. Blaine won. I still haven't figured out this city. And because of me, we walked an extra 20 minutes. Ugh... I guess we needed the exercise anyway. :-) Off to bed and excited about tomorrow! Uffizi and Academia here we come! Ciao! ...
... a translator and passed on his English language skills to the rest of his family, including Beppe. I can say that our tour was much more enjoyable because Beppe was able to communicate with us in our native language and answer all of our various questions regarding the towns we were visiting, local customs, and Italian culture in general.
Our first stop was Siena, which is an hour’s ...