Maloja – Torre Belvedere – Gletschermühlen – Sils – Silvaplana / 16km / 6h with breaks
The Engadin area is fabulous with golden larch trees in autumn. I have done several times, but I always like to do it again.
The night before we stayed at the historically famous Maloja Kulm Hotel which is located at the top of the famous Maloja Pass with its winding road down to the Bregell Valley. Already during breakfast, the golden Engadin invited us outside.
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We enjoyed and learned a lot from many architecture tours we joined as part of the Open House Zurich – Architecture for everyone. When we heard that a similar event is taking place in the Engadin, we were hooked right away, booked a hotel, and hopped on the train to the Engadin.Read More
St. Margrethen (CH) – Bregenz (Austria) – Lindau (Germany) – Wasserburg – Langenargen – Friedrichshafen
Since last year we plan to cycle around Lake Constance bit by bit. We bike slowly, combining physical exercise with sightseeing, looking left and right, and dropping by beautiful places along the way. So we don’t cover a long distance, but we discover a lot on the way.Read More
Beach walking is my favorite morning activity in Las Terrenas. Sometimes with family, sometimes alone…
Playa Lanza del Norte – Punta las Canas – Playita Honda – Playa Las Canas (back and forth)
This morning we continued our “walking project”, with the ultimate and probably illusionary goal to walk around the Samana Peninsula.Read More
Playa Estillero to Playa Morrón, 2h, 7km
My sister-in-law Nicole and I had the idea to walk the Samana Peninsula little by little, eventually covering the entire peninsula.
Philippe joined us for the stretch from Playa Estillero to Playa Morrón. Unknown even to Nicole, we decided to take the sketchy details from Google Map as a base and play it by ear. Hiking paths, as I am used to in Switzerland seem to be rare, but in essence, we just have to follow the shoreline.Read More
This year, we spend a few days in Santo Domingo before moving on to Las Terrenas. On the morning of our first day, with the generous help of the jetlag, we got up early and visited the showroom of a company producing typical Dominican tiles called Aguayo. We have an idea how to bring a bit of DR to CH.Read More