How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Rifugio Fasanelli Rotonda
Travel Blogs from Rotonda
... move back into some of the original cave houses - a site truly worth our diversion to see. After Matera we eventually made it to our final targeted destination of Frascineto at about 3:30pm. Tonight we've been invited to have dinner with the elderly couple of the house in our B&B which is going to be quite interesting as the lovely lady does not speak a word of English. They really seem like a very sweet old ...
... Alan squirrel video) every time we hear Rose say Steve we burst into fits of laughter! so now Steve is Alan. It's all good fun and we are grateful to be able to have such a memorable holiday with so many different characters. We've laughed so hard our sides hurt and so hard that we couldn't breathe and so hard that sometimes the young adults think we are crying! It's so great we are so comfortable with each other and being so good natured that even though we ...
It's market day again today, the sun is shining so it means that the markets will be large. We begin our day with coffee and pastries at the Black Wolf pub prepared lovingly for us by my cousin Guiseppe. Silvana and I begin wandering around the market while Michael decides to sit for a while longer checking emails. We meet up with relatives and friends, have brief chats and continue shopping. Silvana buys a few things and I manage to finally find a large tablecloth for my ...
... Dinner is at cousin Peps place. We dine outside in the cool of the evening and enjoy an Italian style bbq, washed down with copious amounts of red wine which Pep has bought in Puglia. It was the best homemade wine by far. Pep puts on some music and brings out a guitar for Gabriel to strum on plus a karaoke microphone which he hands to Michael. The singing and dancing begins and we all enjoy a fantastic evening. Buona Notte Fagnano. ...
... is even more reason for extra food. Remo brings out his piano accordion and singing and dancing begins! Little Denis immediately grabs his accordion and joins in. Remo sings traditional folk songs and we all join in.
Its a great day but also sad for Uncle Ottto as Armando and Denise are leaving for Cairns in the ...