Agriturismo Giuncola & Granaiolo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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For all you foodies out there, you haven't tasted a meatball until you've eaten one at iL Grottino in Pitigliano, Tuscany, Italy. Victoria, an American who lives in Orvieto, offered to take us for a drive out in the countryside. She drove us out to see Lake Bolsena and then to a lovely hill town called Pitigliano. On our way to Pitigliano, we stopped for a walk at the ...
... at some stage. All the time admiring the stunning view (well it was a good excuse to rest) as we moved higher and higher above the main town.
The walled town atop the Monte was amazing as we entered it through someones back yard, not that they minded as this is after all a public trail. We are in a central sunfilled square with locals sitting around chatting and catching up on events of the day. Wander back down the hill, this ...
... we have some dinner and settle in for the night. It is starting to get a little chilly at night ( down to around 10 Celcius) and we realize that there is no heat turned on. We call the owner and she said that the heat can't be turned on yet, it is against the law. I'm thinking that this is just the owners way of saving money. The landlords are probably not required to turn on the heat until November 1st. Canada has similar laws, but it is incovienent for ...
... Montalcino is home to the world famous Brunello. So of course we must stick to our "local consumption" plan. The town is filled with wine bars & tasting rooms and there are surprisingly few visitors about. While staying in Monalcino, we get in the car to discover the surrounding area. We stop in at Castiglioni d'orcia, with its impressive tower built on a limestone promontory offering 360 degree views across the countryside. The tower dates from the 12th century ...
... Now that he is up, and he knows, I can relax.... But I bet he will fire up Milena, and we will be on our way", I found myself talking softly out loud. I was right, The next thing I heard from my pillow, was three fold. The start of the generator, the waking of the crew, and the pulling up of the anchor, all breaking the silence, and interrupting what was supposed to be a good night sleep..... I suppose three hours of hard sleep is better ...