National Geographic : 1932 May
23-Day Cruise to PERU and return $295 First Class Go in luxury ... economically! You go in the utmost luxury and comfort, for your splendid ship is one of Grace Line's famous "Santa" Fleet-newest, largest and fastest liners to South America's West Coast. All staterooms are outside; every imaginable service, comfort and amusement is provided. You pass through the Panama Canal. As you sail southward, shore visits alternate with days atsea. . . nights of music, dancing. North bound, too, there are calls at places of high spot interest ... with a liberal visit in gay Havana. $295 covers First Class accommodations and all necessary shipboard expenses; shore ex penses additional. Saturday sailings from New York. No passports. Other Grace Cruises to Chile or 'Round South America. Consult your travel agent or Grace Line. It's easy and inexpensive to visit amazing, paradoxical Peru ... where the greatest antiq uity meets the most modern cosmopolitan gaiety ... where there is every scene and cli mate, from the towering peaks of the snow capped Andes to the warm yellow sands on the shores of the placid blue Pacific. You will be fascinated by the astounding ruinsof the ancient Incan Empire. You will de light in the glamorous charm of Lima, glitter ing City of the Kings, one of the most beautiful and richly cultured cities of the world ... com posite of Paris and old Madrid... with magnif icent palaces, hotels, boulevards, smart cafes, opera, race tracks, and nearby bathing resorts. GRACE LINE New York: 10 Hanover Square; Boston: Little Building; Chicago: 230 N. Michigan Avenue; New Orleans: Queen and Crescent Building; San Francisco: 2 Pine Street; Los Angeles: 548 South Spring Street; Seattle: Hoge Building.