Hotel Arnolfo & Aqua Laetitia Spa & Beauty
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Finally arrived in Florence!!! When we got to the airport, the ISI staff was waiting for us to take us to their apartments! Shelby, Danielle, and Natalie didn't get their luggage so we had to wait in the lost and found line literally forever. But, we finally found Caterina and Serena (the ISI ladies) and they put us in taxis to take us to our apartments! We lucked out and ...
... a small leather handbag to wear with my frocks, and Garth was very patient while I did my goldilocks routine - this one is too big, this one is the wrong colour, this one doesn't convert to a backpack! We then stopped at a small glove shop and bought gloves for our girls and for me. I ended up with black leather gloves with little grey buttons (which will match my new grey leather bag very nicely!). I am a bit worried I am becoming too neat and tidy, but maybe it's ...
... We traded picture taking with another couple of girls and just enjoyed the view. We sat on some steps for a while enjoying the view, but realized that we would be crispy critters if we waited too long. We waited a long 20 minutes for bus 13 to take us back down by the train station. You see some different parts of the city that you wouldn't normally explore. After another 30 minute bus ride, we headed back to our hotel for a late afternoon rest. After a ...
... Florence. The rooms and ceilings were ridiculously beautiful! What happened next was one of those random moments of awesomeness that are bestowed too infrequently. As we were headed to the Duomo, we passed the open door of a small church. Strains of a pipe organ caught our attention and we immediately forgot about the duomo. We went inside; we were alone in this church for an organ recital...free....incredible....mind ...
... an interesting front with a star of David on it, designed by a Jewish architect, and is also in marble.
There is a huge brick Town Hall which looks like a castle. In front of it is the Statue of David, and several other masterpieces. The originals of most of these are in museums, with copies in their places.There is a colonnaded street with statues of Galileo and others that I took photos of, but forget at the moment.
In the afternoon we went to Pisa. We had ...