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Not much call for the gondola in winter and
most of them are laid up or are repainted and
refurbished ready for the next season. I've
yet to try it (apart from this chance shot), but
I should imagine Venice is a very different
place in mid-winter: largely free of the
pressing hordes, yes, but prone to the
aqua-alta flood tides in St Marks and the
usual European gloom of short freezing days
with fewer places open to escape into.
But the ski slopes of the Dolomites are but a
few hours drive away, smaller and not so
monstrously up themselves as the big ski
resorts of Switzerland and France, and where
nobody minds if you end up in a crumpled
mess getting off the ski lift. They make for an
enjoyable few days break, even if, like me, you
can't ski.
Not much call for the gondola in winter and most of them are laid up or are repainted
and refurbished ready for the next season. I've yet to try it (apart from this chance
shot), but I should imagine Venice is a very different place in mid-winter: largely free of
the pressing hordes, yes, but prone to the aqua-alta flood tides in St Marks and the usual
European gloom of short freezing days with fewer places open to escape into.
But the ski slopes of the Dolomites are but a few hours drive away, smaller and not so
monstrously up themselves as the big ski resorts of Switzerland and France, and where
nobody minds if you end up in a crumpled mess getting off the ski lift. They make for an
enjoyable few days break, even if, like me, you can't ski.
Not much call for the gondola in winter and most
of them are laid up or are repainted and
refurbished ready for the next season. I've yet to
try it (apart from this chance shot), but I should
imagine Venice is a very different place in
mid-winter: largely free of the pressing hordes,
yes, but prone to the aqua-alta flood tides in St
Marks and the usual European gloom of short
freezing days with fewer places open to escape
into.
But the ski slopes of the Dolomites are but a few
hours drive away, smaller and not so
monstrously up themselves as the big ski resorts
of Switzerland and France, and where nobody
minds if you end up in a crumpled mess getting
off the ski lift. They make for an enjoyable few
days break, even if, like me, you can't ski.

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Not much call for the gondola in winter and most of them are laid up or are repainted and refurbished ready for the next season.  I've yet to try it (apart from this chance shot), but I should imagine Venice is a very different place in mid-winter: largely free of the pressing hordes, yes, but prone to the aqua-alta flood tides in St Marks and the usual European gloom of short freezing days with fewer places open to escape into.

But the ski slopes of the Dolomites are but a few hours drive away, smaller and not so monstrously up themselves as the big ski resorts of Switzerland and France, and where nobody minds if you end up in a crumpled mess getting off the ski lift. They make for an enjoyable few days break, even if, like me, you can't ski. 
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