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In the Vatican
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They had an event in St. Peter’s square a few hours before got to the Vatican. I’m not sure what it was for, but by the time we arrived these chairs were everywhere. I’m glad we missed whatever was going on, because getting around was difficult enough with how many people were in the area.

If you plan to go to the Vatican Museum (and Sistine Chapel) I definitely recommend buying tickets online in advance. The line to get in covered the equivalent of several city blocks. Since our hotel had helped us book our tickets two days before, we were able to walk right in.

Image from page 227 of “Crofutt’s new overland tourist and Pacific coast guide : containing a condensed and authentic description of over one thousand two hundred cities, towns, villages, stations, government fort and camps, mountains, lakes, rivers, sulp
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Title: Crofutt’s new overland tourist and Pacific coast guide : containing a condensed and authentic description of over one thousand two hundred cities, towns, villages, stations, government fort and camps, mountains, lakes, rivers, sulphur, soda and hot springs, scenery, watering places, and summer resorts : where to look for and hunt the buffalo, antelope, deer and other game; trout fishing, etc., etc. In fact, to tell you what is worth seeing–where to see it–where to go–how to go–and whom to stop with while passing over the Union, Central and Southern Pacific Railroads, their branches and connections, by rail, water and stage, from sunrise to sunset, and part the way back, through Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Montana, Idaho, Nevada, California and Arizona
Year: 1879 (1870s)
Authors: Crofutt, George A
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Publisher: Chicago, Ill., The Overland Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library
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into existence withinthe last six years, it sinks to a unit. Thecity has many beautiful public and privatebuildings, thirteen churches, fourteen pub-lic and many private schools; is lightedwith gas, and well supplied with water,the latter from an artesian well 1,002 feetdeep, which discharges 360,000 gallons perday—the water rising ten feet above thecity grade. There are several good hotels;the Yo-Semit^ and Grand are the prin-cipal ones. The Independent and theHerald are daily papers, published here.The city is embowered in trees and shrub-bery : most of the private residences andgardens of the citizens are certainly verytastefully ornamented with all kinds ofvines, shrubbery, and flowers. The soil around Stockton is adobe, avegetable mold, black and very slippery,and soft during the rainy season. Thisextends southward to the Contra Costas,and west about five miles, where thesand commences and extends to the river. Stockton, for several years after the com- 196 PACIFIC COAST GUIDE.

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LiVERMORE PASS TUNNEL.—See page 198 pletion of the Overland road, was thestarting point—in stages—for Yo SemiteValley and all the big trees. But, bythe building of the Visalia Division ofthe Central, most, if not all, the travel forYo Semite, Mariposa and the Tuolumnabig tree groves, has taken that route, thedistance by stage being much shorter.(See map of route, page 136.) Again, bythe building of the Stockton & Visalia,and Stockton & Copperopolis railroads,all the travel fof the Calaveras Big TreeGrove, go by that route. (See map.) Fora description of the route to Yo SemiteValley and the Mariposa and Tuolumnabig trees, (see under Visalia Division,page 226). . ^ ^ To Calavekas Big Trees—we willsimply note the route, and refer to AnnexNo. 51, Book of Reference. Taking theS. & v., and S. &> C. railroad at the depotof the Central, the route is east, sixmiles toCharleston, three more to Walthall two more to Holden and four more to Peters,fifteen miles from Stoc

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Title: The Saturday evening post
Year: 1839 (1830s)
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Publisher: Philadelphia : G. Graham
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rs, and was good enough. A squadof American bluejackets sprang upon themob struggling for possession of the stairs,and set about them with butt ends, andwith bayonets if they had much trouble,It was a rapid bit of work, and at the endof it, when the prisoners were hustled out,the Hotel Dandolo was not a pretty sightjA number of broken-pated and bleedingmen lay about the floor and stairs, and;among them was young Percival. PaulaOstuni had fled to her room. She came to the hospital where the boywas being nursed by nuns, but he would notsee her. Tell her, he said, that Ive had ahappy escape. He wept then so that his pillow was wet.His boys heart had had a nasty knock.He could not forgive that girls treacheryto her husband—the offer of Ostunis life tothe mob—though it had been for love ofhim. We left Venice when the strike ended,after something not quite as bad as revolu-tion, and by a paper which I picked up inthe train I saw that Ostuni had reachedParis in safety. But he went alone.

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THE SATURDAY EVENING POST 9J PATTONS

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