¶ 2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 than the Pennsylvania central- Keeping us all busy at the windows. The silver moon brightly lighting up the peaks above us, the deep narrow populous valleys below us and throwing its shadows on the snow fields from projecting cliffs- But soon the snow disappears, giving way to rolling lands highly cultivated and at 9 1/2 PM we enter the large depot of Vienna, spelt “Wien” by the Austrians.
¶ 3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 Our telegram to the Hotel Stadt Frankfurt brought their Porter with a city omnibus, to tell us that their Hotel is full but have found rooms for us at the “Roman Emperor” hotel on the first floor but rather inconvient [sic] of access.
¶ 4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 10th Not liking the situation or conveniences of the ‘Roman Emperor’ Mr Castle and I in a two seated Coupé (the most prevalent Hack in Wien) go in search of other quarters. “All full” is the reply at half a dozen hotels, until we reach the Hotel d’ Autriche where we succeed in bettering ourselves. Better architecture, more convenient rooms, and the price 15 florins per day (4 rooms) instead of 25 fl at the R.E. A half day is occupied in getting settled and the other half in admiring the shop Windows- We are situated in the central part of the city on the Rothen-thurm (Red tower) Street corner of Fleichmarkt- Street.