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1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 225             Lucern to Giessbach

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 and in many places is cut from the perpendicular face of the immensely
high cliff, through tunnels,  sharply curving and zig-zaging around
both up and down going a long way to accomplish a little distance.

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 Looking down into the populous narrow vally almost perpendicularly
below us a wide river looks a mere rill, and the white roads are
merely towstrings of paths.         Soon the lake of Brienz appears
over the treetops lazily reposing in the gorge between the mountains.

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 It seems close by us, a five minutes drive, yet a couple of hours
of zig-zag windings are necessary in making the descent at good
speed to reach the village of Brienz at the head of the lake
where we are to leave the carriage.       We have a delightful ride, clear
quite, no wind, comfortable for all-        Always cheered by the sight of the hardy
inhabitants who’s “shallys” (cottages) climb the steep ascents every where like
goats.    Everywhere they are gathering
fruit and hay.    We seldom see anything
but meadows and orchards.  Where do they
raise the grain?     We all enjoy a
drink of Pear cider at a little inn with
the usual wide spreading roof, and beehives
in the upper corners-

5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 At Brienz we alight and enter a large
flat row boat to be ferried across to the
Hotel at Giessbach, while Henry continues
withtthe carriage and trunks to the
town of Interlake to secure rooms against
our arrival the next day-
Three men row us rapidly and five            [-Brienz-]

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