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HOTEL CHARGES IN PAEIS, ---------

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HOTEL CHARGES IN PAEIS, The Paris correspondent of the Morning Post makes the following remarks A number of exaggerated reports are constantly appearing as to the cost of visiting the great Exhibi- tion. No doubt the hotel charges of the superior establishments are still considerably higher than in ordinary times, but even first-rate hotels have reduced their original pretensions. So far as tho more humble inns and lodging-houses are concerned, the advance of prices is now comparatively insignificant^ There are in Paris several comfortable hotels which give the traveller a bedroom, breakfast, and dinner at from Ms. to 12s. per day. Bedrooms may be obtained for 4t' 5f,, and 6f. a night. A breakfast may be had in many of the establishments of the Palais Royal for If.■53c., including fresh meat, half a bottle of wine, and bread. These establishments charge 2f. 50c. for such 3 dinner as could not be had in London for double that price, as regards variety. There are many placos where thaw seeking economy can dine modestly for If. 25c., or'la. The Exhibition has an establishment called ;tthe Omnibus Dining Rooms, where you can have a decent meal at this price. As far a.s I can learn, the railways have not brought to Paris such a large number of per- sons as they anticipated, the industrial classes in all probability being deterred from visiting the Exhi- bition. on account of the asserted high price of living-in Paris.

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