¶ 2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 give it away, and this requires some close figuring to come out even. The Hotel takes its pay here in paper, but the railway Co require gold. There are 100 Kreuzers in Austrian florin, worth 50cts (gold florins ) while the Bavarian’s are worth 42 cts having 60 Kreuzers.
¶ 3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 23rd opens bright, notwithstanding the the howling winds last night. At 930 am we leave with some regret this interresting place and excellent Hotel. A two minutes leisure walk, at a very agreable [sic] hour.
¶ 4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 Our party of eight are just sufficient to fill a ^second^ first class compartment, so we try it, ourfirst, 2nd class ride, in Europe except the half hour ride from Hombourg to Frankfort. Henry took our baggage to the Depot a half hour ahead of us, with the Keys, to pass the Custom house examination as the Austrian and Bavarian Govts each have their representative here near the frontier, but he reports that no examination was exacted, so our Russia leather trinkets and Meerchaum pipes are out of danger this time, still we feel uneasy about the examiners at every border.
¶ 5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 We are about to leave the Great Kingdom of Austria still we have been unable to see anything of the live royalty, although they are plenty around us. The Emperor shows himself