Engadine


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En·ga·dine

 (ĕng′gə-dēn′)
A valley of the Inn River in eastern Switzerland, divided into the Upper Engadine in the southwest and the Lower Engadine in the northeast. It is a noted resort area.

Engadine

(ˈɛŋɡəˌdiːn)
n
(Placename) the upper part of the valley of the River Inn in Switzerland, in Graubünden canton: tourist and winter sports centre

En•ga•dine

(ˈɛŋ gəˌdin, ˌɛŋ gəˈdin)

n.
the valley of the Inn River in E Switzerland: resorts. 60 mi. (97 km) long.
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My dear, I must not sadden your enjoyment of your pleasant visit to the Engadine, by writing at any length of the sorrow that I am suffering.
In the autumn of 1883 my brother left the Engadine for Germany and stayed there a few weeks.
You see I landed on a stretcher--most pathetic case--old Australian without a friend in old country--ordered Engadine as last chance--no go--not an earthly--sentimental wish to die in London--that's the history of Mr.
During 2017, the NSW Government has completed key projects including accessibility upgrades at Wentworth Falls, Wentworthville, Pendle Hill, Heathcote, Flemington, Berala and Jannali, along with new commuter car parks at Engadine, Penrith, Marayong, Asquith and Marrickville and upgrades to McMahons Point and Milsons Point wharves.
Nestled on the magnificent alpine slopes of the Upper Engadine and just a ten minute drive from St Moritz station, Suvretta House was built in 1911 by pioneering hotelier Anton Sebastian Bon, who dreamed of building a grand hotel where 'guests would want for nothing.
Outside is a block paved driveway garage and lawned gardens - and the back has a raised patio/sun terrace The property in Engadine, Durham Road, Chester-le-Street, is available for sale through Bradley Hall for offers in excess of PS399,999, tel: 0191 383 9999 for details.
I have just asked him, as we drive down from Tarasp Castle in the Lower Engadine, what prompted his recent purchase of this mighty 11th-century fortress perched atop a craggy rock 100m above the valley.
Moritz has long reigned as the European capital of wintertime indulgence, where the stream of private jets carrying business titans, film stars, and royals is as common a sight as the snowy pistes above the Engadine Valley.
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Jutland saw him serve on HMS Warrior, which sank during the battle, and Poole was tasked with signalling to HMS Engadine which had come to rescue the crew.
For our group, just coping with the after-effects of a nine-hour flight and seven-hour time change meant we were more than ready for the welcoming supper and gorgeous, comfortable rooms awaiting us at the remote Mount Engadine Lodge in the Spray Valley Provincial Park, about 90 minutes' drive from Calgary, Alberta.
It was certainly worth the wait for a Fat Rascal (not a local but a cross between a scone and a rock cake) and an Engadine torte from the cake trolley while pondering our next move.