Where to in Dolomites??

Where to in Dolomites??
Started by Biki17 in Italy - 31 Replies
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Nov-2011
Biki17
Graeme Hocking wrote:I would definitely go for Selva which has a range of half board accomodation options for you to choose from. From here you can access the Sella Ronda, Corvara/Colfosco, Canazei, Seceda, Alpe di Siusi, Alba and more. The ski schools are excellent if you need them and the apres ski varied. Everything for everybody!!


Thanks Graeme,

It does look like it is going to be Selva
Nov-2011
Biki17
Are there any Madonna di Campiglio or Cortina di Ampezzo fans out there
Nov-2011
Tony_H
I like Arcade Fire. And Peterborough United Fc. Any good?
Nov-2011
Biki17
Tony_H wrote:I like Arcade Fire. And Peterborough United Fc. Any good?


As long as they are speedway teams )
Nov-2011
Biki17
Hi,

I read on italian website Dolomiti that new 3-stage gondola link between Madonna Di Campiglio and Pinzolo is due to open this Christmas
Do you think it is going to happen?
If so would this skiing area become one of the best in Italy?

Cheers,
Nov-2011
Tony_H
biki17 wrote:
Tony_H wrote:I like Arcade Fire. And Peterborough United Fc. Any good?


As long as they are speedway teams )
No. I'm not keen on paying £20 to have gravel thrown in my eye.
Nov-2011
Jastem
biki17 wrote:Are there any Madonna di Campiglio or Cortina di Ampezzo fans out there


We have stayed in Madonna during the Hapsburg Festival which I think was the first week of March so we had a torchlit descent by various people in various costumes including crinolines for the ladies! This was followed by a fantastic firework display. I can't actually remember any live entertainment as we came off the slopes but we enjoyed sitting outside the Swiss Bar watching the world go by - I think the Italians call it passagieri? - a few ladies in fur coats with matching little dogs tucked under their arms
We really do like that area of the Dolomites though, especially Folgarida and Marilleva which are liked to Madonna.
Nov-2011
Tony_H
jastem wrote:
biki17 wrote:Are there any Madonna di Campiglio or Cortina di Ampezzo fans out there


We have stayed in Madonna during the Hapsburg Festival which I think was the first week of March so we had a torchlit descent by various people in various costumes including crinolines for the ladies! This was followed by a fantastic firework display. I can't actually remember any live entertainment as we came off the slopes but we enjoyed sitting outside the Swiss Bar watching the world go by - I think the Italians call it passagieri? - a few ladies in fur coats with matching little dogs tucked under their arms
We really do like that area of the Dolomites though, especially Folgarida and Marilleva which are liked to Madonna.
I thought I was the only person who knew where that was???

Seriously, looks a good place, and somewhere I'm keen to try.

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