You should just taste the exquisite breakfasts that Hippolyte (the Baronne de Larnac's maitre d'hotel) cooked for us this morning after we started.
Fa-hien, through the management of Foo Kung-sun, maitre d'hotellerie, was able to remain with his company in the monastery where they were received for more than two months, and here they were rejoined by Pao-yun and his friends.
THE MAITRE D'HOTEL.--The house-steward of England is synonymous with the maitre d'hotel of France; and, in ancient times, amongst the Latins, he was called procurator, or major-domo.
It was directed to "Mrs. William Heath,----Hotel, New York City, U.S.A." It was post-marked at Heathdale.
One hundred yards off, it looks like a high, modernised, seaside hotel; fifty yards off, it seems like a well-arranged gentleman's residence, in the wrong place; two yards off, it indicates its own mission, and clearly shows that something embracing both education and religion is carried on within it.
I am sorry if there has been any misunderstanding; but as I am going to the hotel--" "That is no reason why you should take our fly," Kelson retorted, his temper rising at the other's coolness. "
JEAN one day, as he vainly tried to light his pipe with a box of parlour matches from the hotel,--AVEC CES GNOGNOTTES D'ALLUMETTES ON POURRA MOURIR AU BOIS!"
He entered the village with a determined air, and saw the agents just riding up to a hotel,--but not the one they had told him to call at.
Then she would descend to the magnificent hall, filled with perfumes, with the hum of conversation and the discreet wailings of the violins, in order to take tea with her friends in the hotel,--formidable millionaires from the two hemispheres who vaguely suspected the existence of an infirmity known as poverty, but incapable of imagining that it might attack persons of their own world.
"He is making a fool of himself--my boy--my Bob--before a whole hotelful of sharp eyes and sharper tongues!
Oh," he replied all in a breath, "you had better come to my house,--it'll be cheaper for you,--they'll charge you 2 dollars a day at the United States Hotel,--I only charge a dollar and a half,--I have a room at liberty now.
HOTELIER, m., qui tient un hotel.
As the clouds melted away for good, shacks started to spring up like primroses in May. The hoteliers grumbled -- their 'multi-cuisine' menus just weren't being read.
The hotelkeeper nodded.
It is the development of ancient patriarchal hospitality, and the dak bungalow, which is provided for European travelers in all hotelless towns and cities, is simply a refinement of the custom.
He came for his stomach, which was now pretty well,--a capital proof of the superior value of fresh air over "proper" food in dyspeptic troubles; for if there is anywhere in the world a place in which a delicate stomach would fare worse than in a Southern hotel,--of the second or third class,--may none but my enemies ever find it.
So I contented myself with telegraphing as follows: 'Pascal, Grosvenor Hotel.--Rely on me, tomorrow, eleven o'clock.'
Then the public-houses --dignified by the name of hotels, though I explained that they had no hotel accommodation--bespoke all the wealth of a powerful trade.
At last, after he had given over looking for them, he was electrified, one evening in September, by having his name called from the piazza of one of the hotels,--"Steve, is that you?
White men are becoming house-servants, cooks and stewards on vessels--at hotels.--They are becoming porters, stevedores, wood-sawers, hod-carriers, brick-makers, white-washers and barbers, so that the blacks can scarcely find the means of subsistence--a few years ago, a white barber would have been a curiosity--now their poles stand on every street.
They walked on for a space in silence, till turning they began to ascend the winding path that led up to the hotel,--the path which Piers had watched Crowther ascend that morning.
There is a very good view of the town from the top of the hotelX. Most of the houses have both flat and sloping roofs, the latter covered with concave red tiles, cemented together with white, thus giving them a strange freckled appearance; while in many cases the dust and dew have produced a little soil, upon which a spontaneous growth of shrubbery has sprung up; the flat roofs have usually a collection of little urn-shaped turrets round the battlement, between which are stretched clothes-lines.
For I have heard the Princesse whom he serves Is hotely courted by the Duke of Burbon, Who to effect his choyce hath in these warres Furnisht your father with a gallant power; His love may haply then disable Philip.
He occupied the Places de l'Hotel de Ville, de la Bastille, de Victoire, and de Vendome in sufficient force.
Qui etait Gautier?--Ou voyageait-il?--Ou est-il entre?--Qu'est-ce qu'il voulait?--Qu'est-ce que l'hotelier lui a dit?--Le voyageur avait-il apporte de quai manger?--Ou fallait-il aller chercher des provisions?--Qui devait les accommoder?--Le voyageur a-t-il ete content de l'accueil qu'on lui a fait?
"Je voudrais bien prendre quelque chose, dit le voyageur en entrant.--Prenez une chaise, repond l'hotelier.--Fort bien, mais j'aimerais mieux prendre n'importe quoi de plus nourrissant.--Qu'avez-vous apporte?
To thotelesse swayns itt maie bee blyss indeede, To marke the yeare through alle hys ages speede, Butt everie seasone seemes alych to mee, Eternall wynterr whann awaie from thee!
279.--Hotel of the Chamber of Accounts in the Courtyard of the Palace in Paris.
62.--Hotel des Ursins, Paris, built during the Fourteenth Century, restored in the Sixteenth, and now destroyed.--State of the North Front at the End of the last Century.