The Wall Street Journal - La Dolce Dolomites

The terrace of Rifugio Pomedes, a chalet perched on a ridge in Italy’s Dolomite Mountains, was buzzing with chatter. Waiters squeezed past wooden tables ferrying plates of ravioli and tagliolini, spaetzle and goulash, dried meats and cheeses and many bottles of wine. 

Above the crowded terrace rose the 10,643-foot summit of Tofana di Mezzo, the highest in the crown of peaks that en- circles the picturesque town of Cortina d’Ampezzo (also known as Cortina).

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