The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 57
The Continent of Europe
The Continent of Europe.
We should leave England, via Newhaven, to Dieppe and Rouen, up the Seine to Paris. I prefer this route on account of the scenery, which is infinitely more beautiful than on any other.
At Paris we should remain some little time, the city where art, at least modern art, has reached its highest perfection.
We should then journey by train to Lyons, the seat of the French silk trade, then to Marseilles, Nice, and Monaco.
We should stay a day or two at picturesque Genoa, on the sacred soil of Italy, the most beautiful "Sunny South" in the world.page 8
Thence to Pisa, with its wonderful leaning tower; and Florence, where there is so much to see.
We should then visit