At length Rollo called out to tell his uncle that the city was in view.
A short time after this conversation, Rollo's father and mother, and also Jennie, came in.
"Why, you see I can engage a carriage to take us there myself," said Rollo.
"That's the very reason why I wanted to go that way," said Rollo.
Rollo, to whom La Giralda had given the key, stooped to fit it into the keyhole.
Rollo looked about upon the pier a few minutes, and then went into the hotel.
The soldier then resumed his seat, and Rollo and Carlos walked on slowly up the hall.
So Mr. George entered the francs—thirty-three seventy-five—in Rollo's book.
Rollo stared wildly a minute, first at the man, and then about the cabin.
"And you say that I must not spend any of it without first asking you," said Rollo.