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Driving from milan to san vigiglio di Marebee .

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Driving from Milano to San Vigilio di Marebee in the Dolomites, looking for the best and most scenic route possible that covers some of the beautiful passes, and still make it to our hotel before dark.
Second day we have all day to explore and drive through the passes, eventually ending in Cortina D' Ampezzo where we lodge the second night. We have a half day on day 3 before heading down to Venice.
Looking for suggestions on how to make the most, and see the most with our time. We are looking mostly to sightsee, photograph opportunities, maybe catch a gondola ride and a short walk/hike once there.
Appreciate any advice.
Thx.

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