National Geographic : 1923 Oct
THIS mammoth palatial steamer abounds in unique and novel features-features which make her the ideal ship for just such a Cruise de Luxe. Broad, glass enclosed promenade decks, magnificent public rooms, large, airy and su perbly fitted staterooms with hot and cold running water and private bathrooms in plenty. The most distinctive dining-room-service afloat-here you may order meals in your own way at your own time. A master-hand itinerary, embrac ing romantic Spain, Gibraltar, Algiers, Tunis; Naples and Pompeii; Athens, Constantinople, Palestine; a long stay in Egypt Cairo, the upper Nile (the Valley of the Kings), etc. Stopover priv ileges in Europe, returning by Majestic, Olympic, Homeric, etc. Egypt and the Mediterranean The mystery of Egypt, the color of Madeira, the loveli ness of Italy, the whirl of Monte Carlo! All part of one glorious voyage! The White Star liner Adriatic -January 5, February 23. The Red Star liner Lapland - January 16, March 5. West Indies Havana, Jamaica, the Pana ma Canal, Hayti, Cartagena -glamorous names-inter esting places. Time to see and enjoy them on a cruise of twenty-nine happy days. The White Star liner Megan" tic-specially constructed for cruising-January 23, February 26. All sailings from New York For complete itineraries and detailed information, please enquire at No. 1 Broadway, NewYork City or any authorized steam ship agent. WHITE STAR LINE RED STAR LINE "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."