National Geographic : 1923 Dec
A A.£ Aross the Blue Mediterranean (ies the Garden of Allah NE day's sail from France lies the last great stronghold of the Proph et's power - the Mohammedan paradise of North Africa. Theredaysarewarm and the nights are cool-a land of fig trees, date palms and orangegroves-of flower scented gardens and soft African air-of slumber ous Moorish cities still living in the twilight of Islam -of dead Roman and Carthaginian cities-of sunlit wastes and vividly green oases in the Sahara - of strange oriental peoples and customs. Accessible as Europe Leaving New York on the de luxe liner Paris, France or Lafayette, you spend a week in Paris. Next Mar seilles. Algiers the following day. Then leisurely tours in luxurious au tomobiles over smooth motor roads, with comfortable hotels at all stop ping places. Cities of Moorish splen dor, Fez, Biskra, Tunis, Marrakech off the beaten tourist track. A com bined sea and land tour where every item of expense is covered by the ratsnu t d frmth timem lomaro New York till you return home-no extras for guides -even gratuities are figured in. p Extremely interesting literature fur Coma ~nie Generale TT ! r-;-, therdetailingthese tours may be had Senerae ransaanque by writingtothe nearest French Line 19 State St., New York _ office-or 19 State Street, New York. Oaces and Agencies in 'Principal Cities of Europe and the United States. Sort. Africa Motor Zours Morocco -Algeria -unisia Ir..