Hotel Ristorante Rosmunda

Address: Via Ponta 2/A, Iseo, Lombardy, 25040, Italy | Hotel
 
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      On the road again!

      A travel blog entry by katherinecle on Oct 08, 2014

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      We are off on the next bicycling portion of the trip and started by taking a great bicycle route out of Milan for 30 kilometres along a canal that Leonardo da Vinci helped make more efficient. From there both the drizzle and the directions became more difficult to navigate.

      This bike touring section of our trip has been interesting. It would not be considered a bike vacation route but links very interesting towns in Northern Italy. Some ...

      Drive around Lake Iseo

      A travel blog entry by wrightmob on Sep 25, 2014

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      ... Iseo next table to a group of four young Italian women when all of a sudden one started loudly berating another and followed this by throwing her drink in her face and storming off in an Italian rage. A few mins. later she met up with them again and a minor scuffle ensued. Wonderful latin temperament! Managed to get lost again in ever narrowing village streets in Iseo ...

      1768. Goodbye, Lombardia

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 07, 2013

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      ... I need to hit before I leave Bergamo Province: Treviglio. I did a quick walkaround here in 2010 when I was passing through with my wife and daughter while waiting for our train (we needed a stroller), and it wouldn't feel right to not come back and explore it properly. Nice historical core here, with a open air concert being set up in the ...

      1767. Worth a Visit

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 07, 2013

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      Day 291 2 hrs, 2.4 kms The plan was to go to Milano from here, but there aren't any direct buses, so I catch a bus back to Bergamo instead. On the way the bus sqeezes through the alleys of an interesting looking town called Osio. Should I get off? Think quick! I do. Osio is very much alive ...

      1766. An UNESCO Industrial Town

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 07, 2013

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      ... I believe), so being late was not an option. There's something inspiring and at the same time disturbing about this place: inspiring because all the homes here were well built, everyone's needs were taken care of. There are green spaces, yards around the houses--and even a public clothes washing area. This was clearly meant to be a famiy-friendly, livable town, not just a temporary shelter for workers (although I have ...