¶ 2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 He had arrived in Paris yesterday and looked everywhere among our ocean passengers who reached here ahead of us. He is young, with a pleasant willing look and good bearing. We are pleased to know that another, an entire stranger has not necessarily to be found and tested-
¶ 3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 Six of us besides the driver, seven trunks and several satchels are all piled into and on a one-horse four wheeled cab and whirled swiftly away to the Grand Hotel. We drive under the arches into a court perhaps 60 or 70 ft square, domed over with a glass roof, alight, up six or seven steps onto the terrace facing the salle de lecture (reading room) the only reception room we can find) [sic] thence up a long winding stairway to our apartments on the first floor, hansomely [sic] furnished and facing the great and magnificent Royal opera house, now nearly finished, the most elegant and grand specimen of architecture that I have ever imagined and which I shall examine in detail during our next visit to this city.