¶ 3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 Thence along the River Inn through narrow valleys and ravines with an occasional short tunnel until we reach the city of Innsbruck at 6 P.M. Which we are happily disappointed to find without snow.
¶ 4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 Leaving our trunks in the hands of the railway Co as we do not need them for the one days stay here, we hasten to our Hotel ahead of the grand exodus which the snow had driven away from Munich. And are again pleased to find large rooms upon the 1st floor with stoves ablaze, the result of Henrys dispatch-
¶ 5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 2nd Cold. Greenland would be a summer resort in comparison to the weather that I experience on my walk before Breakfast. Innsbruck is a city of about 20.000 people entirely surrounded by mountains whose snow covered summits so near make us shiver. The streets are wide and closely built up with high buildings. The most popular street is Neustadt which for a short distance each side of this hansome large Hotel, becomes wider than any other, and immediately in front of us stands the hansome St. Anne Column erected in commemoration of the Bavarian evacuation of their country (the Tyrol) in 1703. The shaft is red marble and the five colossal figures are white marble