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1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 Pallanzo to Lugano                                    310

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 drum.   They are the peasents [sic], herdsmen, +c who are required to drill 21 days of each year, then deliver up their dress to the next set, but the officers remain permanently-

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 After a ramble through the streets, to the photographer and part way up to the ruins of the Castello Corbario (Mrs C. Anna & I) for a view over the valley, we left by the road we had come, just two hours of a visit.   When within about half way back to Magadino we turn to the left and begin at once the tedious ascent of Monte Cenere from the village of Cadenazzo-     Four and half miles of zig-zag along the mountain side hovering over the valley, walking, through an immense chestnut forest, took us to the summit of the pass where we get splendid views from Bellinzona to Lake Maggiore.   Thence (when about opposite Magadino) we dart back into the country, descending, between high ranges, in a narrow valley, until we reach Lugano at 6 1/2 P.M.   the last two hours of rain having destroyed the “views”-

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 Into the spacious inner court of the Hotel Washington, where the long colonnades, and wide marble stair ways excite my curiosity and I soon discover that this building belongs to the Canton, for

5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0      [ –Lugano from Hotel Washington-]   

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