Farmhouse Il Canneto
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... play ping-pong, foosball or just run around and explore the grounds. We had a nice dinner at home on our first night and decided to visit Poggibonsi and Siena the next day. The Poggibonsi market was very cool, especially the food stalls. J-P wanted to eat everything in sight and Janik wanted to buy every leather handbag she saw. Luckily, she knew that we going to Florence the next day so, her leather fix would be met. We bought some local sheep’s ...
... where we stopped at San Domenico, a church from 1226 that houses St. Catherine's mummified head and thumb (out in plain sight, not behind anything!). We weren't allowed to take pictures (although that didn't stop some people), which in a way was kind of nice, because we could just walk around and take it all in. We moved further into town and walked down to the Piazza del Campo in the center of town. Twice a year, the neighborhoods (all named for animals - dragon, ...
... mall which had a huge hypermarket and stocked up on groceries and found an electronics shop and managed to get a dongle and SIM card which gives us internet connection as the villa doesn't have wifi, so we can keep in touch with the world.
Then it was onward to the villa when the car GPS had a hissy fit, so we relied on the old fashion follow the signposts which worked well and we saw a lot of ...
We had a nice relaxed breakfast and then hit the pool. It seems that we have the place to ourselves and the girls had heaps of fun making the pool their own. We all hung out at the pool for a while but Mike found he couldn't handle the heat for long and retreated back inside. I think the girls would have spent the entire day in the pool except for the fact that the water wasn’t particularly warm.
When they were ...
... in the town if care was not taken. We adventured around the town that painted us a gorgeous view of the country of Italy. We climbed up some stairs in a park that provided us even a better view which we didn't think was possible until then. We then walked down back towards the past of the village where he shops where located and found a place that was offering free wine tasting and we tried the local wines. We ended up liking three of them, but ended ...