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 ...

Three Hours In San Gimignano

A travel blog entry by herewecome2018 on Feb 04, 2011

65 photos

... and was extremely nice to us. We also got to sample lots of bread, salami, this balsamic cream and some other few things. My roommates and I had a blast. At the end we all ended up buying our favorite wine. Mine happened to be the cheapest J. I also bought the balsamic cream which is great for bread and pasta. Kevin purchased around 6 bottles but got them for a great price and bought some that ...

A Much Nicer Day Trip To Siena!

A travel blog entry by annalisamurray on Nov 28, 2009

1 comment, 20 photos

... alone weren’t enough of a draw, the cathedral’s high archways and spectacular dome are supported by really interesting, black-and-white-striped marbled columns that were knock-your-socks-off striking and very unique to any other cathedral we’ve seen. (I likened the interior to “elegant Dr. Suess,” although I’m not yet sure that works!). Also, through a door on the north side, we toured the church’s hidden ...


A travel blog entry by truelove on Oct 11, 2007

... for Venice. As I was setting the alarm for the morning I noticed it said that Friday was the 12th, and we realized that our reservation in Venice was for the 13th which was Saturday not Friday! And we were supposed to stay at Linari till then. So we went to bed happy that we had one more relaxing day here! Oh I forgot to tell you that we met two girls who are on a study abroad program in Rome and they go to Auburn! Small world. ...