archaeologist, the architect, and the unscientific visitor.
For fuller details, travellers are referred to Baedeker's
France, at present in course of preparation.
In the Handbook will be found enumerated both
the first-class hotels and others of humbler pretension
which may safely be selected by the 'voyageur
en gargon', with little sacrifice of real comfort, and
great saving of expenditure. Those which the Editor,
either from his own experience, or from an examination
of the numerous hotel bills sent him by travellers of
different nationalities, believes to be most worthy of
commendation are denoted by asterisks. It should,
however, be borne in mind that hotels are liable to
constant changes, and that the treatment experienced
by the traveller is often contingent on circumstances
which can neither be foreseen nor controlled.