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Identifier: parisenviro00karl
Title: Paris and environs, with routes from London to Paris : handbook for travellers
Year: 1913 (1910s)
Authors: Karl Baedeker (Firm)
Publisher: Leipzig, K. Baedeker
Contributing Library: PIMS - University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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large open pro-menade. Temp. 50-57° Fahr. Small Boats on the lake, 2 fr. per course (21/2 fr. on Sun.) and 1/2 fr.extra for each pers. beyond one; ferry across the lake IV2 fr. Cabs at the station: per hr. 3 fr. (4 fr. on Sun. and holidays); toMontmorency, 3 fr. Electric Tramway from the station (Rue du Depart): 1. To Moni-morenqj (p. .397); 2. to Paris (Trinitc; TN15; Appx., p. 48), by Epi-nay, iSt-Deuis, and St-Ouen. — Motor Omnibus in summer from thestation (Rue de PArriv^e): 1. To St-Gratien (p. 397), in V4 hr., 30 c;2. To De?iily a village about IV4 M. to the N.E. (station, p. 403), in10 min., .30 c. Post & Telegraph Office, Rue de Mora, opposite the church. HoRKE Races. Twice a month in summer. The course is nearly 1 the N.W. of Enghien (p. 398; tramway). • Enghien (131 ft; pop. 6302), a pretty little modern town, is pleasantly situated on the banks of a wooded lake (^2 ^^ lo^gi ENGHJENMONTMORENCY ^^ Foret deMontcnorencyt ^ j^^JoitdeMoiitnioieiicy- ^ ChumpcauT llO-

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Map, p, 399. MONTMORENCY. ^5. Route, 397 /4 M. broad) and near the forest of Montmorency. It enjoys somereputation for its Sulphur Springs, discovered in 1776, whichhave proved beneficial in diseases of the mucous membrane and ofthe skin. The Etablissement, in the Grande-Rue, is well organized.Opposite is the Casino, recently rebuilt.—Enghien is a greatresort of Jewish families from Paris. About 13/4 M. to the W. of Enghien, beyond the lake, is the villageof St-Gratien (motor-omnibus, p. 396). The church contains a mod-ern monument to Marshal Catinat (1637-1712; by Nieuwerkerke), whoowned the chateau behind the church, and two pretty groups of childrenin bronze, by Mme. Bertaux; also, the tomb of Princess Matnilde (d.l904),with a replica of her bust by Carpeaux (p. 110, No. 976). From Enghien to Montmorency. — Railway (2 M.) in 8 min.(50 or 35 c.). The train passes Pointe-Raquet and Soisy. — The Elec-tric Tramway (2 M. in 10-15 min.; 35 or 30 c; p. 396) stops at the BouLde VOran

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bookid:parisenviro00karl bookyear:1913 bookdecade:1910 bookcentury:1900 bookauthor:Karl_Baedeker__Firm_ bookpublisher:Leipzig__K__Baedeker bookcontributor:PIMS___University_of_Toronto booksponsor:University_of_Toronto bookleafnumber:517 bookcollection:pimslibrary bookcollection:toronto

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