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Andrew Harper shares tips, sightseeing recommendations, unique vacation ideas and locals-only information for a guide to the Dolomites in northern Italy.
The Dolomites, a range of dramatic limestone spires rising to nearly 11,000 feet, lie a two-and-a-half-hour drive north of Venice.
I first stayed at the Hotel & Spa Rosa Alpina in 1989. I am always predisposed to like family-run properties, hotels that have been nurtured by successive generations.
The March 2013 Hideaway Report profiles hotel and culinary discoveries in a revitalized Amsterdam, as well as several new spa hotels in Italy's Dolomites.
With 18 peals of more than 3,000 meters (9,834 feet), the Dolomites form an impressive range of mountains. It is not so much their height, however, as their jagged profiles and spire-like towers that leave a lasting impression.