Hotel Therme Vals
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... There were six baths; two main baths, one inside and one outside, a cold bath which was freezing (14 degrees Celsius), a hot bath, a flower bath (with flower petals floating in the bath and a lavender aroma in the room), and a sound bath which is hard to explain, but it was pretty much a bath in a dark room with some lights pointing up to the ceiling and there were sounds being played (I know this is a horrible description, but like many of the things I have seen and ...
... Oh, and there's a park bench! As soon as I cross the "border", there's a park bench sitting all by itself in the middle of nowhere, put there, I assume, just for me and my guitar.
Thank you, Switzerland. You're always prepared for everything. I take a quick video clip, then head down the mountain.
The view is beautiful, but I must admit, my climb UP to the pass on the Italian side was much more amazing then the climb down on the Swiss side. I ...
... frigid lake for my daily ceremonial swim. Finally, a bit further, the gorge opens up a bit, and there are big patches of grass interrupting the endless forest. It's quite refreshing to see... it seems like it's been forever since I last saw open space. On this side, again, abandoned stone houses, but on the other side of the river there's a villages that's still inhabited. This is really starting to feel like the Alps that I read about in ...
... was amazing. They spoke Romansh, the awesome Swiss language that like 10,000 people speak. Despite what our professor said, it is not like Latin. The pictures can’t even start to describe it.
We also went to the St. Benedict’s Chapel in Sumvitg (aka tiny cute Swiss Heidi town number 385). They also spoke Romansh here. The chapel was really cool. It was a lot smaller than I thought it would be ...
... for our bags and coats. Some people put them on coat hangars but I just shoved mine under the seat. This wasn't the greatest idea though because I had to blindly rummage through my backpack a few times to get my train pass and ticket reservation, then the lunch reservation, then I needed my sunglasses and Dad's, and my guide books too. Sunglasses, by the way, are a must no matter what time of year you may be traveling on this train as the snow is blinding when the ...