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2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 Coming out, the first and second of our guides are paid their fee, and
even the old camel lipped monk who opened the door must have a
Pourboire-                               From the castle we descend into the
oldest part of the city called the Jewish quarter-     It was
interresting to see the crowded narrow quarters they occupy, streets
so narrow that a single individual passing our carriage must
flatten himself against the wall-    though one street a little
wider than the rest where the gutters on each side were filled
with peddlers stands, holding every description of cheap Jew trash
down to old iron scraps.    It was Sunday, and the stands and
crowds of loafers gave it the appearance of an open market.    I
should not care to go through that street alone and stop to buy something.
I think the crowd would skin me
alive.    Drove a little farther
on to the old Jewish synagogue
said to be 1250 years old, still good
enough to use, a plain structure
with a high sharp roof.

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 Just before entering the old bridge
we see in a little open place on the
right, a hansome [sic] bronze monument
of Emperor Charles 4th colossal, and
beneath in gothic niches sit four
professors.    It was erected in 1848
on the occasion of the 500th anniversary
of the University-                [-Bronze monument of 4 Professors &-Charles 4th-]
About midway between the bridge
(and our hotel)

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