Why is he to go to the douane, and thrust himself into the very jaws of danger?
Of course, our luggage had stuck at the douane at Modane, and was telegraphed for.
As I sat waiting in the douane, I felt like puffing out and growing to make room for Russia inside me.
The first house was the Austrian douane; the second, the inn.
A cart loaded with split wood (larch) had boldly passed the door of the douane.
We had emerged from the tunnel, successfully passed the douane, and were again in France.
The ordeal of the Swiss douane was still somewhere ahead; we had entered the neutral strip.
The descent of nearly eighteen miles from the summit to the French douane at Sez, was like passing from mid-winter to mid-summer.
Captain Winston attended to the douane, and it is settled for us to keep the car as an "investment."
Then we entered on the long, sharp descent to Sez, stopping at the douane where the French officials came out to receive us.