Residence Corte

Address: SS 51 di Alemagna km 88, Borca di Cadore, Veneto, 32040, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on SS 51 di Alemagna km 88, Borca di Cadore.
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    Travel Blogs from Borca di Cadore

    On our way to Austria...

    A travel blog entry by suemacd on Nov 06, 2015

    18 photos

    ... practically on the border - so we'll be visiting places in Germany and Austria and driving between the two. E is really looking forward to the next stage of the trip, as I have promised to take him on a Sound of Music tour - he'll love it..... especially the sing-a-long bit ...

    Out walking next to Marmolada

    A travel blog entry by suemacd on Nov 05, 2015

    30 photos

    ... day walking with a picnic up in the mountains. Our legs hadn't quite recovered from yesterday's hike - but once we had warmed up, from the climb straight up from the car park, we were fine. Thankfully we didn't loose the path too much this time - so managed to get the whole walk done in the daylight !! :) - yet another day of amazing views - fab ...

    Walking in the Dolomites

    A travel blog entry by suemacd on Nov 04, 2015

    39 photos

    We arrived in Campitello yesterday evening, and woke today to some more fantastic weather for early November. It is about 16-17 degrees with clear blue skies, making the visibility fantastic. This was great as we had been advised to head up into the Duron valley just behind our apartment building and then head over the hills and back to Campitello. It was a great day for walking, but we hadn't ...

    Welcome to the Dolomites

    A travel blog entry by blakekelsey on Oct 19, 2015

    1 comment, 73 photos

    ... grandparents.

    Le Palue provides a life for only a few people and reminds me of nothing. Seldom a car drives by or a plane flies overhead in the distance. This place is tranquil, inviting, and completely at peace. As the sun sets behind Marmolada, queen of the Dolomites, we are left with another mark of Italy's never-ending splendor. It is very easy to understand how people can spend their lives in such a way.

    Mountain bliss


    UNESCO: History of the Dolomites

    A travel blog entry by janickgold on Oct 03, 2015

    11 photos

    ... and North American plates drifted apart, opening the Atlantic Ocean for the first time. As a result, the Dolomites were plunged underwater once again. They remained there for almost 70 million years, until the African and European plates collided, forcing the earth’s crust upwards and raising the Dolomites one final time.

    For the past 80 million years, seasonal wind, water, and ice erosion has taken its toll on the ...