¶ 2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 small steamers shown in the photograph. They run every five minutes, a kind of street car, from this end of the Binner Alster, up under the bridge, out into the Ausser Alster, a body of water 6 or 8 times as large as the Binner, around which hansome [sic] villas and residences are thickly spotted and the city proper extends nearly half way to the extremity, the most modern part, a charming place for sailing.
¶ 3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 11th 745 AM found us at the Berlin Depot, glad to get away from the unforseen annoyances. Our Hotel de l’Europa was over run with little red ants, in the drawers, wash and drink water, on the table, Everywhere. Our rooms were so noisy that the ladies could not sleep, nor get other rooms, and the very low land upon which the city is built furnished miserable water that was making us all sick.
¶ 4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 At the Depot a formality of opening baggage is gone through with, but not very strict. We open all our satchels and offer the Keys to our trunks. Only one of our six trunks were unlocked. It is in consequence of Hamburg being a free