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August 6, 1904


JAMA. 1904;XLIII(6):403. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.92500060002a

Berlin, June 25, 1904.

If one have the time for it, the pleasant mode of approach to Europe by the southern route has much in its favor. Hard work in America is fitly separated from hard work in Austria, Germany, France or England by a few weeks of relaxation in Spain or Italy, or both.

Landing at Gibraltar, the traveler has fifteen days at his disposal before the next steamer leaves for Naples. In a fortnight it is very easily possible to visit satisfactorily Granada, Seville, Madrid and Toledo, and if the sea trip have made one particularly energetic he may also go to Cadiz and Tangiers. The Alhambra and the Generalife with the tales that cluster about them; the gay, bright, multicolored life of Seville, the superb architecture of Toledo and the magnificent art treasures of the Prado in Madrid combine to afford a very full two weeks of

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