Borgo Delle Fate - Rosia

Address: 53010 Rosia (SI), 53010, Rosia, Tuscany, 53018, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 53010 Rosia (SI), 53010, Rosia, is near Ecco La Cucina.
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A travel blog entry by garth_family on Jun 21, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... and much more so I am not too worried. Side note: We do not have internet at Montecchino, our house, and it is limited at the main house so I may not be able to post much while we are here. I actually plan to do more painting than writing since there is a perfect view around every corner. Also, I am adding photos to earlier posts, so please go back and look for new ...

Siena, Il Palio Firenze and those Tuscan hills

A travel blog entry by mskexpo on Aug 15, 2011

112 photos

... more fireworks on our way back to the car after dinner, celebrating the Assumption, but there were none.

In the morning we'll go and unpack in Rosia where our hostess has already promised to have a coffee ready for us. After that, with the top down we'll find somewhere to drive to which is going to be less crowded and typical of Tuscany....I hope.

16 Aug- Arriving in Rosia before our apartment was ready we popped off to the supermarket where ...

The Bug Fight

A travel blog entry by garypjackson on Jun 28, 2011

5 comments, 5 photos

... street names into the GPS, as up until now, we were only able to get to city centers. Garmin doesn’t like “via” even though that’s the name of the street. Drop “via,” and all works fine. Good thing for us since going to the city center of Siena to find the hotel would have been a disaster – no problem if we were staying at the Duomo.

An hour on the road and we arrived at ...


A travel blog entry by karl_lesly on Mar 12, 2010


... was protesting the closure of a Fiat plant in Siciliy. In a show of solidarity with the workers affected by the closure, one very large labor union organized a nation-wide strike to last four hours. The union represents diverse groups of people such as teachers, public service workers (including our bus driver), students, pensioners, folks working in the tourism industry and workers at Alitalia (I won’t go there). ...

Day tripping

A travel blog entry by jasonandsarah on Apr 30, 2008

1 comment, 42 photos

... one. There is only one tower remaining in town that they allow you to climb (although I saw some lawn chairs on top of another one, so someone gets to climb that one). The view of the Tuscan countryside was awesome and the layout of the town itself was interesting to see from that height. There is a main road that cuts through the town and you can really see it slicing through the red roofs of the buildings ...