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1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 203        Nurnberg to Zurich

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 of bad odors was a little too “antique” for us pleasure seekers,
so we boarded the 1 ½ P.M. train for Augsburg.

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 At 5 1/2 oclock we “pile out” for a change of cars at Pleinfeld.
On this road we amuse ourselves watching for the switchtenders, who
every mile or two are seen, in uniform little different from yesterday’s
standing straight with their right hand upon their hat rim
until the train has entirely passed-      Through
this country the roofs of the houses attract our attention by their
oddity and clumsyness,  coarse shingles, upon which lay strips of
wood perhaps two inches square, parallel,  two of three feet apart
and these strips held down by loose rocks about the size of my
hand, laying at intervals of three or four feet all over the roofs.
At 10 ¼ PM we reach Augsberg, one hour late, in the rain,
leave our luggage at the Depot and ride to the Bavarian Hotel,
a new house of modern appearance where we spend the night between
cold damp sheets, but get a good Breakfast 6 AM, and leave for
the Zurich train-    From what we can see of the city we
discover a lively, thriving place of modern appearance with
tasty little parks and wide streets.       It is a railroad junction
of considerable importance.

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 From Augsberg we enter a county quite different from the hills we
have left-     For many miles the country is quite level, with large
open farms   but having rolling land in the distance.         We can
see a long way,    little compact villages with a single tall spire
are to be seen constantly,  several at once, spotted over the country
xxx looking in the distance like flocks of sheep clustering around the
shepherd, with not a straggling house or fence anywhere between

5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 [page has small drawing of switchtender]

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