Hotel Arnolfo & Aqua Laetitia Spa & Beauty
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Arnolfo & Aqua Laetitia Spa & Beauty Montecatini Terme
Travel Blogs from Montecatini Terme
... a shower you can stand up in. The floors are marble tiled, and there are several large pieces of antique furniture which goes oddly with the cheerful blue tiles in kitchen and bsthroom. All we've had time for so far is a little walk to the supermarket for supplies, after which I made chicken salad for dinner with a couple of glasses from a 2€ bottle of Chianti. Time to relax as we've SO much to see ...
... desire a couple of extra kilos of padding in the back end. Traveller tip #2 Remember to pack a cushion for your long haul flights if you are lacking internal padding. On a more positive note, I have decided that if you are coughing as much as everyone else on a tram. train or plane in a far off land in the middle of winter with sub zero temperatures, then you do not need to worry about catching whatever they have as you probably ...
... in fact there was an Eataly section where you could buy products to take home and cook yourself) – with a double sided bar in the centre, and each side lined with all sorts of freshly cooked delicacies from grilled meats and seafoods, meatballs, fried vegetables, fresh pastas, salads, cheeses – so much to choose from. There is even a cooking school where we stood watching upcoming chefs frying cherry tomatoes with garlic, oil and herbs to turn into a pasta – so simple, ...
... with lifeguards and lounge chairs that you pay for. Alas. The water was really warm, and at least I got to put my feet in. We then went for gelato. I got lemon basil, which was so wonderful, and Jake got a milkshake. The crowds were insane. When it came time to catch our train, I was having visions of India and people hanging off the sides and riding on the top of the train. The crowd was extreme. The train was late but we finally felt ...
... to the train station. On our way back we stopped off at another village, Corniglia. This village seems a lot smaller than the others and to get to it you need to go up about three hundred plus stairs which are very steep. Neither of us could be bothered at this stage so decided just to take in the views while we waited for the next train. Back at La Spezia we had to wait about an hour for our train back ...