There exists a touching custom in the valley of Engadine, in Switzerland.
He left his guide in charge of Marco to help him into the Engadine.
Nearly a week had passed before he made any move in the matter, and then the move he made was in the direction of the Engadine.
Dauphiny, the Graians, the Engadine and Tirol—he must give a season or seasons to each.
She praises Engadine; she pretends that she would ask for nothing better than to end her days in a pine-forest.
To direct the steps of wanderers in his beloved Engadine was a real pleasure to him.
Here is a letter—a long delightful letter—from the Engadine, left at the door by some gentleman unknown.
And he would go to-morrow, he would certainly go to the Engadine.
The air of the Engadine is so keen and bracing that the first nights passed there are apt to be sleepless ones.
The air of the Engadine and the waters that tasted like ink had worked marvels: in a week M. Moriaz felt like a new man.