National Geographic : 1929 Oct
Cruises.. ROUND-THE-WORLD... A marvel of planning. Brings in six great epochs ... Italy, Greece, Egypt, India, China, Japan. Two life-time events ... Christmas in the Holy Land, New Year's Eve in Cairo. Timing to follow June around the world. Concentration on high spots . . fifteen days India-Ceylon, sixteen days China, ten days Japan. Alluring odd corners ... Java, Siam, Formosa. Your ship is the far-famed Empress of Austra lia, the ship of luxurious roominess, 21,850 gross tons. Who but Canadian Pacific could plan such a cruise? Who but Canadian Pacific could carry it out? From New York, Dec. 2, 137 days. As low as $2000. A S,I Canadian Pacific .idylic style VORLD'S GREATEST TRAVEL SYSTEM SIt, MEDITERRANEAN...Two Mediter ranean Cruises next winter... such is the demand for the Canadian Pacific way. Choice of two great Empresses... Empress of Scotland, 25,000 gross tons, spreading ease; Empress of France 18,350 gross tons, yacht-like smartness. From New York, Feb. 3 and Feb. 13 ... 73 days. All the usual Mediterranean ports, and also those you can never do on a run-in-run-out cruise, such as Venice, Majorca, Dubrovnik, Corfu, Sicily, Beirut. As low as $900. Booklets, itineraries, ship-plans. If you have a good travel-agent, ask him. Also, any Canadian Pacific office: NewYork, Chicago, Montreal and thirty other cities in United States and Canada.