Casale Giuncheto

Strada Pilonico Paterno 9, Pianello, Perugia, Province of Perugia, Umbria, 06134, Italy | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Strada Pilonico Paterno 9, Pianello, is near National Archaeological Museum (Museo Archeologico Nazionale dell'Umbria).
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    Travel Blogs from Pianello

    Cooking up an authetic Italian storm

    A travel blog entry by andy.and.emma on Aug 02, 2014

    1 comment, 41 photos

    ... insignificant??) they have their own olive oil press (something that is usually owned by the local co-op) and ensure that the oil is pressed as fresh as possible on the day of picking, maintaining the most perfect oil possible as documented by processes around Biblical times.

    We then set back to making the pasta, with our boss keeping an eye on us, and giving us tips we had the perfect nonna's recipe and managed to make a brilliant dough (I guess that's what you call it) for ...

    The Day I Saw Blue

    A travel blog entry by cusan on Aug 01, 2014

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... groan!) I then started a thriller called Eeny Meeny about a female serial killer, which I am really enjoying. I’ve already been on Amazon to download my next book. Holidays and reading; a marriage made in heaven!

    When we eventually left our prime real estate, we came back to the Dub all sweaty and suntanny, and noticed our red bits! We spent ages chatting and then showered before Lyn cooked chicken on the ...

    The Day Luce Rode a Bike....Voluntarily!

    A travel blog entry by cusan on Jul 30, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... usual way, by reading, while Lyn went for a bike ride around the lake. He came back enthused by what he had seen and done. He rode about 12 miles and up some incredibly steep hills, does a 1 in 4 gradient mean anything to anyone??

    Once he came back and chilled for all of 5 minutes I decided it was time we went for a walk. The nearest town of Passignano was only a mile down the road so we sauntered down there. We walked near the lake, ...

    The Lows and the Highs

    A travel blog entry by julianfarr on Jul 30, 2014

    3 photos

    Actually, we did the highs first. We drove to a town called Gubbio, inland from us (back towards Perugia really), where we tried out their "cable car". These consist of small cages, each containing a maximum of two people, that go up the side of the mountain to a basilica at the top.

    Fortunately the weather started out well, so despite the odd spot of rain, there was little or no wind, and jumpers were enough to keep us comfortable! ...

    The Day Lyn Drove Like an Italian Stallion!

    A travel blog entry by cusan on Jul 29, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... Lunch was taken at a service station on a high view point overlooking the Med. We had bought bread rolls, so our homemade ham, rocket and ciabbatta rolls looked, tasted and cost far better than those on offer inside.

    At times the road seemed endless, particularly as we got closer and realized that the dark clouds were not going anywhere. By the time we reached Sinalunga to do a big food shop it was pelting down. The supermarket there was ...