¶ 3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 At the gate we found several one horse cabs, victimisers [sic], their employers finding that one-horse carriages were not admitted. A long walk for them else they would not see the best of these beautiful grounds laid out by Prince Camilo Pamfili nephew of Innocent 10th now owned by the wealthy Prince Doria-
¶ 4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 Wide gravelled [sic] avenues through rolling, irregular grounds, or clean meadows, bordered by century plants, cactus, and evergreens, up to the small Palace on the summit from whence we obtain a charming and extensive view of the campagna- The Palace is called a Casino, only used as a kind of museum for Pictures statuary and relics. Below the Casino is a wide garden terrace on which are the most tastiful [sic] and ornamental flower beds that I have ever seen- In the open field beyond a squarely trimmed hedge is shaped into the word “MARY” with a fence around it occupying two or three acres.
¶ 5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 Beyond the casino, down the hill, a half mile, we find a beautiful series of dams or cascades nearly half mile long leading to a circular pond or lakelet. Under these dams are grottos by which to pass the stream- Fountains distributed at intervals, statuary