National Geographic : 1930 Dec
Including. the Gayest Event of the Winter in the entire Mediterranean ... THE RAYMOND-WHITCOMB MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE will be at Nice for its annualcarnival- the gayest and most elaborate in the world. (No other Cruise includes it.) The Raymond-Whitcomb Cruise covers the entire Mediterranean . . . Eg y pt (for ten memorable days); Holy Land; Spain and North Africa; Italy (with Naples & Venice); Athens and Constantinople;Ragusa, Cattaro and Spalato on the romantic Dalmatian coast; four famous islands - Sicily (for Taormina and Palermo), Corsica (Napoleon's birthplace), Malta and Rhodes. On the favorite Cunard cruise-liner "Carinthia"... with a cruise-staff which knows the Mediterranean. SailingJanuary 3z. Rates, $zooo and upward. With return passageto America at any time. Send for the booklet, "MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE" ROUND THE WORLD CRUISE The fastest of all World Cruises ... because the cruise ship is the fastest, and the time at sea is cut to a mini mum. Generous visits and shore excursions in Egypt and India, Ceylon andJava,Philippinesand Siam, Hong Kong and Peking, Japan in Cherry Blossom Season ... calls at strange out-of-the-way ports - as Penang, Malacca, Zamboanga and Macassar ...optional side trips to Angkor and lovely Bali .. . all in 107 days. On the S. S. "Columbus"- the largestand most luxurious linerever to make a world cruise. Sailing January 2x. Rates, $2ooo and upward. Send for the booklet, "ROUND THE WORLD CRUISE" WEST INDIES CRUISES Four winter Cruises ... sailing on the new "Staten dam," the best of all liners to go to the Caribbean. Dec. 20, 1930, Jan. 8, Jan. 28, Feb. 24,1931. Also an Airplane Cruise to Cuba, Salvador, Guatemala, Hon duras, and Yucatan (for the ruins of Chichen Itza). Land Cruises to Mexico and CaliFornia Tours to South America and Europe RAYMOND-WHITCOMB 126 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts New York, 670 Fifth Avenue; New York, 225 Fifth Ave. Boston, 165 Tremont St.; Philadelphia,1601 Walnut St. Chicago,176 N. Michigan Ave.; Detroit,421Book Bldg. Los Angeles, 423 W. Fifth St.; San Francisco,230 Post St. clgents in the principalcities ANLD HAV_ANLA RAVEL to Miami or Havana as fashion decrees . . . by water. Sail on a big modern Clyde-Mallory Liner to your favorite Southern resort. Live in the smart manner of cosmopolitan New York ... taste the exhilaration of pres ent-day sea-going refinements . . . dis cover why exacting travelers find so much of the unusual in this short, re freshing ocean jaunt. Direct express service New York to Miami every Saturday in December, every Wednesday and Saturday, January to April. Direct overnight ser vice between Miami and Havana, January to April. Sailings New York to Jacksonville, calling at Charleston, everyTuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Attractive all-expense tours to Miami and Havana and other Southern resorts. Automobiles Carried For complete information apply 545 Fifth Avenue, or Pier 36, North River, New York-offices also in Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago-or consult any authorized Tourist Agent. CLYREL M~L "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."