National Geographic : 1932 Oct
&mib AND IS GRAPE GAY ARE RIPE HERE is no off-season for France. T When Summer is over, there - is a rush for Paris. Everybody goes there. The shops are filled with new fashions fresh from the mid-season openings. The theaters and concert halls come to life. There's racing at Chantilly. There's the automobile show. S.. Paris is gay in Autumn. And in the picturesque countryside, there are scores of delightful trips to take, cathedrals to visit, chateaux to admire. The peasants are busy with their harvests. Grapes are ripe in the rolling vineyards of Beaune and Bordeaux. Quaint festivals are held as the year's vintage is pressed and bottled. There's golf and swimming at Biarritz.... France is active all the year round. So if you wish to enjoy this autumn gayety and activity of France, let an au thorized travel agent book you on the French Line. That will start your experi ence 3000 miles earlier. You'll have a lux urious crossing on France-Afloat, a gracious introduction to romantic France. This is the Fall for travel. French Line rates are greatly reduced . . . but there is no reduction in service and comfort. The food is still without its equal. English speaking stewards will extend most courteous attention. Tourist Class is sump tuously enlarged on express liners. . . . French Line, 19 State Street, New York. SPenehrane - LILE DE FRANCE, Oct. 22 * PARIS, Oct. 8, Nov. 4 * CHAMPLAIN, Oct. 29, Nov. 19 LAFAYETTE, Oct. 15 * DE GRASSE, Oct. 27, Dec. 7 * ROCHAMBEAU, Oct. 15, Nov. 19 .