Handbook for Travellers in Norway

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J. Murray, 1892 - Norway - 326 pages
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Page 22 - Boats and Vehicles of every description supplied at fixed and Moderate Prices. No Gratuities allowed to Drivers, Boatmen, etc., as they are paid ample wages by the Proprietor. The Lake Hotel Omnibus attends the arrival and departure of the Trains. The Hotel has lately come under new Proprietorship and Management. It is...
Page 201 - Far to the north, the sun lay in a bed of saffron light over the clear horizon of the Arctic Ocean A few bars of dazzling orange cloud floated above him, and still higher in the sky, where the saffron melted through delicate rose-colour into blue, hung light wreaths of vapour, touched with pearly, opaline flushes of pink and golden grey.
Page 201 - Sun, shining on us with subdued fires, and with the gorgeous colouring of an hour for which we have no name, since it is neither sunset nor sunrise, but the blended loveliness of both — but shining at the same moment, in the heat and splendour of noonday, on the Pacific Isles.
Page 22 - THE LAKE HOTEL." IT is situate in the Bay of Castlelough, on the Eastern Shore of the Lower Lake, In the centre of the varied scenery of the Lake, and within ten minutes' drive of the Railway Station.
Page 201 - The air was filled and permeated with the soft, mysterious glow, and even the very azure of the southern sky seemed to shine through a net of golden gauze. The headlands of this...
Page 201 - Mageroe — lay around us, in different degrees of distance, but all with foreheads touched with supernatural glory. Far to the northeast was Nordkyn, the most northern point of the mainland of Europe, gleaming rosily and faint in the full beams of the sun, and just as our watches denoted midnight the North...
Page 18 - Ilfracombe, and the places of interest in the neigh-* bourhood, point to it as the natural centre to be chosen by the Tourist who desires to see with comfort all the beauties of Coast and Inland Scenery which North Devon affords. There is also easy access into South Devon and Cornwall. The means of communication with Ilfracombe by Railroad and Steamboat are most complete. Tourist Tickets to.
Page 24 - Beading and Drawing Booms. New Smoking and Billiard Pavilions, all Facing the Sea. Magnificent Views, and Ornamental Grounds of Twelve Acres. Private Hotel and Boarding House attached.
Page 4 - Drawing-Rooms, superb Ballroom, well-appointed BilliardRoom (Two Tables). Passenger Lift. Every description of Hydropathic Baths, also Rooms specially fitted for the Massage Treatment. Experienced Masseurs and Masseuses. Telegraphic Address —
Page 22 - Continued. HOTEL NATIONAL. (PENSION WYDER.) COMMANDS A MAGNIFICENT VIEW OF THE JUNGFRAU. Excellent Cooking. Moderate Charges. Pension, from 6 francs a day. ISCHL. Hotel Zum G-oldenen Ereuz. THIS Hotel has a central situation, facing the Imperial Villa, with Mountain View, and every modern comfort. It is conducted by the Proprietor, Mr. HANS SAR8TEINER, personally.

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