Monday, 1 April 2013

Mountain hut details from Dolomites

If you are a regular visitor of this blog you have probably noticed I have been raving about these charming mountain huts in Italian Dolomites over the last few posts. Of the things that definitely add up to the charm of these rifugios, various details and decorations are amongst the more obvious.



Obviously these decorations are authentic and usually prepared in just the right style to fit the overall image. There is no place for cheap plastic chairs and tables in an environment like that. Instead products made of local wood can be seen everywhere. It seems traditional wood crafting is still very much alive in the Dolomites area.


I am very glad they are keeping very high standards even when building new such huts in this beautiful environment. I hope they keep it up for ever.


2 comments:

Kalppinokka 2 April 2013 at 20:53  

Done and done :) Your blog seems great too! I wondered if google translate works for my blog at all, since I have a strong Lappish dialect, but good if there's even something to understand.

Marko 2 April 2013 at 22:03  

Thanks, you are always welcome back! Google translate helped a bit, but getting through that dialect was a challenge nevertheless.

In some of your posts photos tell the story well enough. ;)

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