Farm Holiday La Canonica
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... again – just like one we took in 2008.
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
So this morning we set out for our very favourite Tuscan town Siena. It is half an hour from Ambra so easy to get to BUT we did get a little lost and then finding a park proved to be very tricky, once again due to the deadly red & white Italian circle which stands for Zona Traffica Limitata – so we needed to avoid getting a fine. Eventually we parked at the Railway Stazione and ...
Today we slept in a little and hung around Ambra for a while – had a good talk with Alexander as Emily has just left. Then we went to Silvia's place – looked at her new garden developments and then picked up Duche from school. Lovely quick lunch and then we drove the 'boys’ into Levane and then onto the autostrada to Guacila?? We left them at the stadium and then Silvia took us to the Ceraldo Monastery – I may have the ...
... only to discover is is closed to all visitors. A disgruntled employee had caused major loss by dumping wine from 2006 through 2012 vintages. He's been sentenced to jail. Meanwhile the price of wine for some of the years is soaring. After wandering a bit, we happen upon a wine store. Peter has been looking for any Soldera wine, and this store has some. It is even reasonably priced (it's all relative) ...
(Terry) Today is a rest day and laundry day. First we walk into town, which doesn't take long. There are a few stores, a coop and once a week, today, a fresh food market. We buy meat and cheese from the coop and fruit and veggies from the market. We plan to have a picnic tonight. The hotel staff send us to a nearby town, Sinalunga, to a laundry they recommend. The land is very dry ...
... in wine in all of Italy. He even gave me his card and said I could call him from the wine stores in Canada anytime I wanted and he will tell me whether I should buy the Italian wine or not. Sure, I'll get right on that Patrick (as I ripe up his business card). We left giggling and headed for a great (but stinky) cheese shop for even more cheese. Home we go for wine and cheese! I seriously can't get enough. Up next, Montalpuchiano. This time, my winery selection ...