Dienstag, 31. Januar 2012

Sils Maria

'All ye to whom rough labour is dear, and the rapid, new, and strange—ye put up with yourselves badly; your diligence is flight, and the will to self-forgetfulness.

If ye believed more in life, then would ye devote yourselves less to the momentary. But for waiting, ye have not enough of capacity in you—nor even for idling!'  (Thus Spake Zarathustra, IX)


Hortensio hat gesagt…

Going to St. Moritz, it is advisable to rather stay at the Waldhaus in Sils than the renowned Badrutt's Palace; although latter I still can recommended for its restaurant with its Japanese chef.

v. Braun. hat gesagt…

Agreed. The Waldhaus also has an excellently extensive whisky-bar.