Hotel Bagni Vecchi
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bagni Vecchi Valdidentro
If you ever get a change to go here, DO IT!!!!!! Staff was extremely helpful and friendly, and the spas were the most relaxing I have ever experienced. Added to breath taking views....a must stop.
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... climbing an almost vertical path to reach the top of the pass some 740 meters higher. Once again the weather was hot and we found ourselves dripping with sweat as we struggled to the top.
However all was not in vain as we were greeted by a stunning view of crystal clear lakes where we stopped for a picnic lunch.
From here it was pretty much downhill the whole way and we arrived at Lake Palpogna where ...
... I was pleased to find that Jan was ready for us and had set up a screen in the lounge, so with cold beer in hand and junk food to munch on we proceeded to watch the Boks get a hiding from Argentina via Live Screening on the internet.
Jan enjoyed the match but I must say I was disappointed with the ...
... eventually arriving at Madulain where we were supposed to catch the train. On arrival we discovered that the train was going to take another hour before arrival, so decided to walk the two kilometers back to La Punt where we treated ourselves to an ice cream before boarding the bus back to Silvaplana.
In the evening Stef and Jan joined us for supper which consisted of chicken and salad.
We were invited over to Stef's house to braai with all her friends from the kite school, so armed with some Pork Neck and a salad we set off by bicycle to Chamfer. The braai was set up on Stef's huge veranda and soon we were surrounded by the youth of the Engadin. A nice bunch of kids, they hail from all parts of Europe ...
Wednesday, August 5 was our “Village Road Show,” exploring several of the delightful villages along a 40 km stretch of the Engadin Valley – characterized by deep-set windows, stenciled stucco and cobblestone streets. We drove along highway 27, through La Punt, Madulain, Zuoz,and Susch,around Guarda and Ardez, finally stopping at the hillside village of Tarasp, in the shadow of the Tarasp Castle. We had coffee on the patio of the Schloss (castle) ...