Farmhouse Il Canneto
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the need to re-categorise and have a top equal three; which is Yorkminster, the Siena cathedral and the Cologne cathedral in Germany.
Back to Siena.....this cathedral has the most unique white and greenish black marble stripes on the inside, with all the massive columns looking more like a replication of a Zebra from Africa! :) Black and white are apparently the symbolic colours of Siena. We stood in awe and I was so thankful to have seen the ...
... reciciting a solilique of sorts in another courtyard.
Walking around the town was interesting and perfect for a day trip.
FOOD & DRINK:
At a small cafe we had some pasta bolognese & lasagna accompanied by fresh beer for lunch. After walking around we stopped in at a Gelato shop claiming to have been world champions 2006-07 and again in 2008-09! We cant speak to the veracity of the title claim but ...
It was explained that when you eat cheese and salami you should take it out of the fridge at least 2-3 hours before you eat it to get the full effect of the aroma and flavour.
After that was explained we began smelling the cheese and you could certainly detect different aromas coming for each.
After going through all the cheese's (and the samples were all big) we chose a Classico which had been aged for a year and some salami ...
... to be the most substantial meal we have had so far, and we didn’t get to choose what we wanted to eat, so we were a bit baffled by the whole affair. On our way back to our villa Mike found the owner to find out exactly what it was all about, and it turned out that she had wanted to shout us our final meal – not that we were to have dinner with her. Which was a lovely gesture – all we had to cover were the ...
... to the pool. We limited them to about an hour, and then set off to try and buy some groceries for our week here. On our first attempt we took the car, only to find that only residents cars are permitted into the centre of the village, and the public parking places were barely closer than the car park at the villa. So we took the car back and set off on our second attempt on foot. We were barely at the end of the driveway when grey clouds, which had been rolling in decided to open ...