Grand Hotel Tre Croci

Address: Passo Tre Croci, Cortina D'Ampezzo, Belluno, Veneto, 32043, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Passo Tre Croci, Cortina D'Ampezzo, is near Buonconsiglio Castle Museum (Museo Castello del Buonconsiglio), Piazza Duomo, and Il Libraio.
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Travel Blogs from Cortina D'Ampezzo

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A travel blog entry by enderbyadventur on Feb 08, 2015

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... opulence now). Food fantastic as they prepared a late lunch on our arrival Saturday.
Sunday saw us leave Trento following city exploration and head west to Valle Felicita/Monte Grappa - again - as base for Venice. Passing Lago Calazzona which was picturesque we travelled through myriad of tunnels again to arrive in our favourite little town for another 2 nights stay with Sebastiano and ...

Italy by the seat of our pants.

A travel blog entry by copitsweet on Oct 28, 2014

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... I do know Italian, some of the pushy drivers knew exactly what my gesticulations meant and I understood theirs easily enough. Bruce could not find the place of our accommodation but a kind lady took us there. Well what a surprise, self contained villa, kitchen lounge, bedroom, bathroom and laundry in magnificent grounds and the price includes breakfast, you can see the photos on Facebook. Very very happy, went into town to the Lidl store which ...


A travel blog entry by bec-paul on Oct 14, 2014

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... then headed over to the museum. We had been told it was great for kids and they loved it. It had a mini scitech section, a section on mountain animals, dinosaur and whale bones, plus more. We spent a couple of hours there being dragged from section to section by 3 excited kids. Luckily the drive home was much less eventful than the ride there and Luca and Brodie both had a nap. Back in Fiera we all went out for dinner and then to bed after a busy ...


A travel blog entry by knotts on Oct 04, 2014

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... the rocks is due to fact that these mountains were originally formed underwater, so they are coral based. The alps were formed when the continental plates of Africa and Asia collided millions of years ago and the land that was underwater was forced up. A truly beautiful village, and you can just imagine the partying that goes on up here during the snow season. During the day we witnessed a wedding ...

The Alps...Austrian and Italian, bellisimo!

A travel blog entry by marychaffin on Sep 28, 2013

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... peaks that have one road/train that goes through the valleys and crested the mountains. All sorts of chalets and cabins nestled into the sides of the mountains...very, very beautiful. And each little town has a church...not just any old church, little churches with massive steeples trying to compete with the surrounding mountains.

About an hour after leaving the Austrian Alps we rounded a corner, and there were the Italian Alps, the Dolomites! ...

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