National Geographic : 1927 Feb
r ibbean Cruises' Conditions Ideal for Winter Travel Two 31 Day Cruises on the new CALEDONIA Inclusive Fares $300 and up From New York Jan. 22 to Feb. 22 From New York Feb. 26 to March 29, 1927 To Nassau, Havana, Port au Prince, Kingston, Colon, Curacao, La Guayra, Trinidad, Barbados, Martinique and Bermuda. The Caledonia is a beautiful, modern ship, equipped with the new thermo tank venti lation system which supplies a current of cool fresh air-under the passenger's control - to every stateroom, an innovation of great comfort while cruising in the tropics. Electric fans in every room. Come isar hiereAlOutdoors'AwaitsYou SEE lofty mountains, rushing torrents and silvery waterfalls; wander through green forests of trees like Karnak columns; cruise over sparkling waters of a great inland sea; breathe the ozone of the woods and ocean; visit the rugged Olympic Mountains; enjoy in one vacation the variety that would other wise require many tours. TACOMA offers all these joys and many others within a short distance from its metropoli tan center. Some are right at hand, none removed more than a few hours' ride. All easily acces sible over perfect roads. Far-famed RAINIER NATIONAL PARK, with its lordly peak, is reached directly by motor or rail from Tacoma, the closest city to it. The view of the Mountain from the city itself is pro nounced by famous travelers one of the most won derful the world affords. You'll find Tacoma a hospitable city with fine hotels and every accommo dation. See the whole Pacific Coast this year-Washington, Oregon and California. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."