Hotel Helvetia Thermal SPA
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today we spent most of our time on a sightseeing tour bus around Florence. For 20 euro you can HOHO (hop on, hop off) on three different lines around town and the surrounding areas, stopping at all of the key touristy areas. At the town of Fiesole, a gelato stop was in order. Unfortunately, the seat on a bus, even if a window seat, doesn't make for wonderful photo opportunities. It was, however, a great way to see most of Florence, and it ...
... of my list before I left home was an Italian handbag. I was in heaven. The shop Emile took us to was fantastic. I had a really hard time choosing. Got it down to three then chose the one I could use everyday. Smells beautiful. Mum bought one as well. We walked around a bit more but our legs caved in. Coffee, sit, sit, walk back to the square, sit some more and wait for everyone to meet up. One of the worst things about ...
... I'll be so happy in December when I realize I already have some shopping done. I'm all done with Christmas shopping for Ariane, Steven, and Andie, too. But gosh, I'll admit I want to keep the gloves! Both pairs are gorgeous. We could not decide what to do for lunch, so we just decided to head back to the apartment and then grab some sandwiches. On the way we saw some sort of sport taking place on the Arno involving very skinny kayaks, a soccer ball, ...
... We took a day trip/tour to the medieval village of San Gimignano and over to Siena. There we visited Tuscan wine country and did a tasting in one of the wine cellars. I haven't eaten/drank anything in this country that hasn't been phenomenal thus far. Today we make our way to Padova - where Caina's Italian family lives - to spend a few days with them before we leave for London. Temps are dropping from the 60F in Rome since it IS January, and we're moving northward in Italy. ...
... Lorenzo Market where they sell everything on the planet from squid to leather bags. So far, after a week in Italy with no particular agenda, I'm realizing that I'm guided more by vacation gods than maps. After circling I dont know how many churches and gelatto stands and umbrella hustlers, We finally found the central market with only 15 minutes left till closing time. One thing Ill say about Europeans, is that they live a much healthier lifestyle than ...