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2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 our rooms at
the Zaringer
Hotel were on
The 1st  (2nd) floor
overlooking the
street which
empties onto the
bridge, having
their parlor with
upright Piano                [-Fribourg-]
Music rack filled with music,      and upon the same floor facing the
bridge was the Dining room, very convenient.      In the rear of our rooms
we walk out upon a large balcony, perhaps 30 ft wide ornamented with
a fountain, tropical plants, seats, +c from whence we look down upon the
roofs of the antique houses  200 ft below us and beside the river, separated from
the stream by the old fortification walls which winds along the curves,
crosses at the low wooden bridge, thence up the hill and along the hights [sic]
having tall round towers with little portholes and haycock roofs, at frequent
intervals,     always an interresting point of view.

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 We have sent Henry ahead with our trunks to Geneva to engage rooms and
telegraph us,  so we saunter along the crooked streets for objects of interest.
One local fashion is, a multiplicity of bell plus beside the front entrances
generally three, sometimes more,    consisting of a ring or square to insert
the hand, from which a wire runs up the wall 3 or 4 ft before it goes in.
Beside each “pull” is the name of the offices or servant who will answer
the call-                A shore distance in front of our Hotel,
the street passing each side of it, stands the Church of St. Nicholas with its

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