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1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 253            Geneva

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 architecture is generally disagreably antique-

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 Through the street which leads from the bridge, past our Hotel back
into the city, the side walks, gutters, and centre, are this morning
filled with the semi-weekly market,  through which we pick our
way among baskets, boxes, carts and various dishes, holding great
quantities of Grapes Pears Plums Apples Cheese,  being nearly all
fruits,   the most prominent of which are the white grapes filling
three quarters of the space occupied upon this square,  but a
walk to the next street back, shows the market stalls extending in
every direction
vending meats
vegetables, cheap
goods and various

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 25th  We find our
Hotel extremely
quiet and or-
derly, strikingly
in contrast to            [-Jean Jacques Rousseau-]
the Metropole,    and after a good nights rest, look out , to find
the street which was yesterday crowded with fruits, now empty,
wide, and cleanly swept.        After a good clean Breakfast
nicely cooked and attentively served,  we walk out, upon
the River, onto the bridge,   and near the middle where  it
turns to the left  we enter a neat wide  footbridge leading
to a little island holding large shade ^trees^ and cosy seats  And
near the centre stands the bronze statue of JJ Rousseau,  a

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