T. Cook and son; J. H. de Bussy,
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KONINKLIJKE PAKETVAART MAATSCHAPPIJA
The more modern houses are chiefly to be found on the Bodjong-road, formerly a splendid avenue, planted with canary and tamarind trees, at the end of which rises the imposing house of the Resident. Now, alas, those beautiful trees have been cut down for the greatest part, by the Tramway Company and by the "Waterstaat", which has built there a foot-pavement.
The nicest place to live in, is the part called Tjandi, an upper town situated at about two miles distance to the south of Samarang, upon the small spur of a hillock 100 metres high.
Here we find the Htel Tjandi, that was intended orginally for
the kali ngagran at samarang ; in the background the signal station.
boarders, but where there is also accommodation for travellers, who only wish to stay for some days.
From the terrace of this hotel a splendid view is obtained of the valley in which the town is situated, and of the bay in front.
Tjandi is best reached by steam-tram to Djombang, and thence by foot or carriage up the hill. When we have given notice beforehand to the hotel proprietor, of our intended visit, he takes care to have a carriage ready at the foot of the hill, to convey us to the hotel, free of charge.
The other hotel of Samarang is situated at the beginning of theThe other hotel of Samarang is situated at the beginning of the