¶ 2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 Up, Up, we follow the clerk until all by common consent stop in mutiny upon the stairs, but he protests that he has nothing lower, that the rooms are very nice, so we continue to what they call the second story, although it is in fact the 4th floor, 105 steps according to Jeps count, our rooms at the first corner and the Castles near the middle. All admit that the view over the bay and its forest of masts is splendid, but declare they will not go down to meals.
¶ 5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 To the right, up through the city then along the rocky coast towards Italy for three or four miles until we reach the Palace, of Maximillian [sic] and carlotta, upon a rocky point jutting into the sea, standing perhaps 40 ft above the water up on a well built base. We cross the gravelled [sic] yard between the chateau and the sloping mountain behind, to the west side down a grand stairway, through a bed quilt of a yard out onto the substantial little pier which serves a good protection to the fishing smacks in bad weather. Then ^back^ to the main entrance past which we came at first, where a