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ENGLISH FAMILY BOARDING-HOUSE,
KEPT BY MRS. FROMONT AND MRS. JACKSON. 3, RUE PRADIER. Opposite the Railway Station, near the English Church, adjoining the principal Branch Post-office, Clean, comfortable, and quiet. Terms moderate. Views of the Lake and Mont Blanc. English spoken.
F. CHARNAUX, Place Belzair, Maison des Trois Rois, Great Choice of
Swiss Sculptures, Pendules Coucoux, Chalets, Music-pieces of every description. Deposit of Stones of the Alps, Crystal, Amethysts, Onyx, &c. Photographical Workshop. Swiss Landscapes of any size. Pictures, Views, Costumes, &c., of every description. Saloon for Portrait (Photography), No. 1, Rue Abauzit. Medal of the French Society of Photography, Paris, 1870. Silver Medal at the Universal Exhibition,
Lyons, 1872. Medal of Merit at the Universal Exhibition of Vienna, 1873.
Place Bel-Air, No. 2, near the Post-office.
Tobacco and Cigars of all the Régies. Importer direct of Havannah Cigars. Great assortment of Pipes and Cigar Tubes. Rare Cigars, warranted genuine.
GENOA. RAND HOTEL DES GENES.-Messrs. L. BONERA & BROTHERS.
(Place Carlo Felice, the most beautiful situation in the city.) This magnificent and firstclass Hotel, formerly the Palazzi Marchese Spinola, was newly opened and entirely refurnished about two years ago. Its situation, opposite the celebrated Theatre “Carlo Felice," and in the vicinity of the English Church, the Post-office, and of the principal Public Buildings, and free from the noise of the Railway and the unpleasant odours of the Port, contributes to render this Hotel a most desirable residence. Large and small apartments, fitted up in the most elegant style. Table d'Hôte. Reading and Smoking Saloons. Baths, &c. Omnibuses from the Hotel meet every Train.
GRAND HOTEL DE LA VILLE. SESSRS. B. TROMBETTA and D. OCCHETTI, Proprietors of the
Hotel Feder, at Genoa, beg to inform their numerous friends that they have just bought the GRAND HOTEL DE LA VILLE, at Genoa. This large Establishment, situated in the centre of the town, facing the south, with more than 60 front windows everlooking the Sea and the picturesque environs, and already a most agreeable residence, has still been further embellished by the addition of a fine Reading Saloon, Bath Saloons, &c., and will be still more improved by the efforts of the new Proprietors, to render it more deserving the high patronage of its usual visitors.
This Hotel, formerly the "Palazo Marchesse Serra," can be strongly recommended. It is in one of the best situations in Genoa, overlooking the Harbour, with a Marble Staircase from the bottom to the top. Travellers will find here very good rooms, moderate charges, excellent Table d'Hôte, great cleanliness, and a landlord who, by daily improvements, endeavours to render his house more and more comfortable. Pension by week and by month at 10 and 12 frs. per day. OMNIBUSES AT THE RAILWAY STATION.
HOTEL DE FRANCE, Place de la Bourse, on the Harbour.Messrs,
ISOTTA BROTHERS (same proprietors of the Hotel de Geneva, at Naples). 150 Rooms. Table d'Hôte," "Restaurant," and Reading-room.
HOTEL DE GENEVE, at Naples, Place Medina. View of the Vesuvius, with Branch House, Rue St. Guiseppe, 33. Omnibuses at the Station. Several Languages Spoken,
MANUFACTORY & DEPOT OF SILVER & GILT FILIGREE WORKS
OF EMILIO FORTE,
Prize Medal Awarded London Exhibition.
The Gilt Articles are Warranted Double Gilt.
SPECIALITY OF THE GENOESE INDUSTRY. RAFFAELE COSTA e C., 17, VIA GIULIA, 17.
Large Manufactory and Depot of Coral Works of every Description. ECOMMENDED especially to Merchants, Jewellers, and Exporters, as a
house having on sale one of the largest assortments of Coral. Orders executed with careful attention and in the shortest time. Quality warranted extra. Samples and Courant Price Notes sent on demand.
GHENT. HOTEL ROYAL, PLACE D'ARMES. WHIS HOTEL is situated in the centre of the town, contiguous to all the
public establishments and Railway Station. Travellers will find every comfort at this Hotel, and experience prompt attention from the attendants. Arrangements made with families at very moderate prices during the Winter Season.
HOTEL DE LA POSTE, PLACE D'ARMES.
English Travellers that he has succeeded Mr. Dubus in the above well-known first-rate, and beautifully situated Establishment, which affords extensive and superior accommodation for families and single gentlemen. In taking the above-named Hotel de la Poste, Mr. Vande Putte is enabled to offer suitable accommodation to the most opulent families, and to commercial gentlemen, and pledges himself to spare no exertions to deserve the continuation of patronage of all classes of travellers, During the winter season arrangements are made with families on moderate terms.
HOTEL DE VIENNE. . ROSSMAN, Proprietor. This Hotel is admirabiy situated for tourists
St. Bavon, and the principal public buildings. The cuisine and wines are of first-rate quality, and the Hotel de Vienne affords excellent accommodation at moderate prices. Table d'Hôte at 1 and 5 o'clock. Omnibus to and from the trains. Fare, 75c., luggage included. Mr. ROSSMAN is also proprietor of the Hotel de Flandre, Bruges.
GRAND HOTEL DE L'EUROPE .
PLACE GRENETTE. Splendid situation. Deservedly recommended. Moderate charges.
OTEL MONNET, Mr. TRILLAT, Proprietor (Son-in-law and Successor
to Mr. Monnet).-This Hotel is situated in the PLACE GRENETTE, 14; it offers excellent accommodation, and will be found deserving the patronage of English families and single gentlemen. Post-horses and Coaches for Aix-les-Bains, Allevard, Ariage, la Motte-les-Bains, la Salette, &c. Omnibuses belonging to the Hotel at the Station,
HOT EL DE L'E U R O P E.
objects of attraction offers to visitors most excellent accommodation at moderate charges. A liberal Table d'Hote at FIVE o'clock.
H. J. BONGERS, Proprietor.
SANTEN, , TOURNOOIVELD, 5.--This first-rate Hotel, patronised by the high class of society, is delightfully situated in the vicinity of the Royal Park and public buildings. It may be ranked, for its comfort and good accommodation, amongst the best first-class Hotels on the Continent. Splendid and lofty dining-room for its "Table d'Hôte." Beautiful garden for the use of visitors. Letter-box. Foreign newspapers. Excellent Cuisine.
and first-class Hotel, pleasantly situated opposite the Royal park and the Rhine Railway Station, in the most delightful part of the Hague, commanding a beautiful prospect near the promenade and public buildings, is refitted up in a very superior style, and is conducted by the new proprietor, in a manner to render it deserving the patronage it enjoys among the nobility and gentry. English travellers will find it a most desirable residence for comfort and accommodation, which nothing can surpass, and for civility and attention. Extensive garden. Arrangements made by the month on favourable terms. English and Foreign Newspapers. Table d'Hôte.
HOTEL PAULEZ, Korte Voorhout. - This First-rate Hotel, situated in the
finest quarter of the city, in the vicinity of the Theatre Royal, the Museum, and the Park, cannot be too highly recommended for its accommodation, the excellence of its Table d'Hôte and Wines, added to the attention and civility shown to all Travellers. English and American Newspapers. Proprietor, F. Paulez.
Bremen, Berlin, Brunswick, Cologne, Hamburg, &c., admirably situated in the best part of the city. The Cuisine and Wines are of first-rate quality, and the accommodation excellent for Families or Single Travellers. The Reading-room is well supplied with Newspapers and Periodicals. A beautiful garden for the use of visitors. Table d'Hote at 4 o'clock, and private dinners to order Private Carriages. Baths. English and French spoken.
Private Families and Gentlemen, is beautifully and cheerfully situated right opposite the Railway station. Elegance and comfort combined. English and French spoken. The utmost atten. tion and civility. A regular Table d'Hôte, and private dinner to order. Baths in the house. Private carriages always ready. English and French Newspapers. The Hotel is open all night. The new Proprietor, Mr. F. VOLKERS, has just opened a very fine Coffee-room and a beautiful Refreshment. room attached to the Hotel. Pension, 6 frs. a-day, everything included.
HOTEL DEAL EUROPE, Rue de Paris. on The situation of this well-known
and old-established Hotel is central and convenient for every part of Havre, from its immediate vicinity to the Theatre, the Exchange, the Docks, and the Quays. Visitors will find superior accommodation at reasonable prices. It can be highly recommended for its comfort, cleanliness, and excellont Table d'Hôte, &c. The Railway Booking Office is next door to the Hotol. Restaurant à la Carto
HAVRE-Continued. VRAND HOTEL DE NORMANDIE, Mr. Duclos, Proprietor, 106, RUE
DE PARIS, and 71, RUE DE L'HOPITAL. This well-known first-class Hotel has just been enlarged and newly decorated. Situated in the most central points of the town, near the Exchange, Theatre, Telegraph Office, Post, and Town Hall; in proximity with the Steamboats for Caen, Trouville, Honfleur, Southanpton, and the Dock of the General Transatlantic Company. This Hotel offers every advantage and comfort to travellers and tourists. First-class - Restaurant" and "Table d'Hôte." Apartments for families. Music and Conversation Saloon. Private rooms for dinners. English, German, and French spoken.
GRAND HOTEL ET BAINS FRASCATI. FIRST Class establishment; entirely re-built in 1871. The only Hotel in
Havre situated on the banks of the sea. Mr. J. Descleves, Manager. Moderate charges.
Open all the year.
HEIDELBERG. REXEL'S HOTEL “SCHRIEDER.”—This first-class Hotel is opposite
the Central Station, and on the right on leaving. This favourite Hotel, thoroughly rencvated and newly and elegantly furnished, is replete with every comfort. A number of large and small apartments, six Private Sitting-rooms, 120 Bed-rooms, Toilet rooms, Baths, and Reading-rooms furnished with the “ Times," "Galignani," etc. The principal front of the Hotel Schrieder is surrounded by a fine garden with well-laid out grounds, and enjoys a lovely position. An excellent Table d'Hote at One and Five o'clock. All Hotel charges at fixed Tariff. Pension in Winter at R. M. 4 per day. Bedroom at R. M. 1 per day.
HOTEL EUROPE, HEIDELBERG. THE "HE above is the most beautiful and best situated Hotel in Heidelberg, standing in its own extensive Gardens, which are Free for the use of the Visitors.
F IN E R E A DING RO O M.
HAEFELI GUJER, Proprietor.
CASTLE HIPOTESIL OF OBSTACLASS HO Taekhe opened from the list of May;
1875, beautifully situated close to the Park and the Castle, fitted up with all the comfort of the present time: 80 splendid apartments elegantly furnished, 21 Balconies, magnifieent Dining-rooms with out-lets on four superb platforms. Terrasses. Three Tables d'Hote every day. Private Dinners. Reading-room and Smoking-room. English and Foreign Newspapers. Pension all the year at moderate charges. English, French, and Italian spoken.
Oninibuses from the Station to the Hotel 1 mark. Proprietor: H. Albert, formerly Proprietor of the Hotel de l'Europe, Mannshelm. THE ADLER HOTEL, in the Grand Place, commands a beautiful view of the
celebrated Castle of Heidelberg, and is close to it. English and American Families and single Gentlemen will find this house one of the most comfortable, combining excellent accommodation with cleanliness and moderate charges.-(See Murray, page 531.) The Reading-room is supplied with the London Times and American papers. The hotel is superintended by Mr. Lehr himself, who speaks English and French, as do the servants. There is also a fine pond of Trout in the yard of the Hotel, where they are always to be had fresh. Arrangements can be made at moderate terms, for a protracted stay.
OTEL DU PRINCE CHARLES, SOMMER and ELLMER, Proprietors. Reading-room, and Smoking-room. The nearest to the Castle, and commanding a fine view of the Ruins. This Hotel, patronised by their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Wales and Prince Alfred, is without question the best situated and most frequented in the town; it possesses an excellent cuisine, and is favourably known for its clean and airy bedrooms, good attendance, and very reasonable prices. Reading-room supplied with the London Times, Galignani's Messenger, and American papers, &c. Superior Table d'Hote at 1 and 5 o’elock. Mr. Sommer exports wines to England at moderate prices. Baths in the Hotel. Arrangements can be made for a protracted stay. Omnibuses to and from the station.
HEIDELBERG-Continued, ULLER'S VICTORIA HOTEL and PENSION—formerly known as
Müller's Family Hotel-close to the Railway Station on the Anlage, the most fashionable part of the town; commands a magnificent view of the castle and mountains, and enjoys the patronage of the English nobility and gentry, both on account of the excellence of its cuisine and the cleanliness and airiness of its apartments.' The garden, which is very large, and situated on the side of the mountain, is a great advantage to families. The house is elegantly furnished after the English style, and the terms are very moderate. This hotel is also mentioned in Murray's Handbook. The Reading Room is supplied with English newspapers. Advantageous arrangements can be made with families intending a longer stay.
convenient distance from the Railway Station, the Castle, etc., has been considerably enlarged, newly
refitted, and very much improved by the new Proprietor, Mr. L. Bieringer (the same of Hotel de la Forêt Noire, at Triberg), who endeavours by all means to render it worthy of the patronage of English and American travellers. Cold and warm baths in the Hotel. English and American newspapers. Table d'Hôte at 1 and 5 o'clock. Excellent cooking. Choice selection of Wines. Arrangements made during the winter season at moderate terms. English spoken.
HOTEL DE RUSSIE. FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, with a beautiful garden, well situated on the
promena.le, and commanding a fine view of the Castle. The nearest to the English Church and the Railway Station, and only 5 minutes from the Swimming Baths. Pension, 6, 7, and 8 francs per day. Reading-room, with piano. English papers. Baths. * Omnibuses of the Hotel to and from every train.
HOTEL AND PENSION DU NORD. CLOSE to the Railway Station and the Promenades, and commanding a nice
view of the Neckar. This Hotel offers to travellers all the comfort of First-class Hotels, and at Second-cląss Hotels' prices.
FERD, BINDER, Proprietor.
the Neckar, and commanding a fine view of the opposite romantic mountain scenery, the nearest to the landing-place of the Steamboats, and close to the Castle. Mr. Spitz, the proprietor, well know for his solicitude to promote the comforts of his guests, has lately, at considerable expense, purchased a large building on the banks of the Neckar, contiguous to his Hotel, and has converted the siope into a garden for their exclusive use. Table d'Hôte at 1 and 5 o'clock. Reading Room supplied with English, French, German, and Dutch Papers. Piano. English and French spoken. Terms moderate.
PENSION ANGLAISE. PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE.
Șituated 49, Anlage, on the chief promenade in the public garden. Conducted by Miss SUTTON. Table d'Hôte at Six o'clock. Moderate charges.
OTEL DES QUATRE SAISONS, kept by Mr. W. SCHLOTTERBECK.
1: combines every comfort desirable, with moderate charges.. Large and small Apartments. Elegan! Conversation-room, and beautiful garden for the use of Visitors. Baths in the Hotel.
THE PROPRIETOR DEALS EXTENSIVELY IN WINES.