Villa il Poggio
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Monday 10th November
Quiet day today – we hung around Ambra doing financial business and organizing returning our car in a couple of weeks. We also walked down to Pratesi, which is a shoe outlet, and I bought some nice 'sandals' and a matching bag – both nice leather in tan. Good prices! Lunch was at home and after that we drove into Montevarchi – initially to Pradha again – to have a look if there was anything affordable with 50% ...
... stopover for the pilgrims on the road. The oldest past of the construction dates back to the medieval period around 1100 and was completed in 1400.
The current owners bought this estate and villa in 1998 and took three years to renovate the farmhouse and villa which today has 10 authentic Tuscan style apartments, a restaurant and swimming pool. They have done a great job of keeping many of the original walls and structures (walls ...
... we were not meant to be there), we started to find our way down and a park. Left the girls up the top and found a park...more on that later... After a steep climb to the top of the street, we were greeted with the town square, absolutely stunning! The local Duomo (church) was part of it, whilst good, the surprise was back from it with the Opera Della there. Whist it had the usual stunning in and exteriors, the ace was the crypt. ...
... cash only. Thankfully, we have a checking account with Schwab bank...they do not charge any ATM fees and reimburse all fees charged by other banks (US and internationally) and do not charge any exchange fees; it's just the straight exchange rate when we get money. ATMs are easy to find too, so that has been good! We also have a Hilton Reserve Visa that has both a magnetic strip and a chip, which is more common in Europe. That has been a lifesaver! This card also ...
... has quite a few nice neighborhoods to walk around in. Ciao. CNC "The traveler was active; he went strenuously in search of people, of adventure, of experience. The Tourist is passive; he expects interesting things to happen to him. He goes sight-seeing."- Daniel J Boorstin Expenses. Sept 26 5E- 2 big slices of pizza 9.85E- Gorgonzola cheese spread, bread, marinated eggplant, mushroom ravioli, ricotta and spinach ravioli, sauce, from Conad Supermarket 65E- BNB Miles Walked - 6.5 ...