¶ 2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 central, the road running to the hights [sic] with the towns dotted in the valleys below us, to the picturesque old town of Munden at the junction of the Fulda and Werra rivers, where the road almost entirely encircles the town upon the hights [sic].
¶ 3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 Next reach the old town of Gôttingen, where we are glad to leave the train, even at the expense of staying two hours around the depot in the hot sun the only “1st class” waiting room, being a restaurant crowded with tables chairs soldiers and smoke, like a 2nd class lager bier saloon in America, although the depot had a fine exterior and much room-
¶ 4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 The city with a population of about 14000, is only celebrated for its University founded by George 2nd of Hanover in 1737, and a valuable library of 350000, vol^s with 5000 mss- From Gôttingen we go to Hanover by a regular passenger train, the first one we had seen since leaving Frankfurt. Although slow it had a satisfactory expression and relieved our nevers [sic] from the military oppression- Reach Hanover at 8 P.M. and walk across the small park to the Union Hotel, said to be the best Hotel in the city. In the centre of this