National Geographic : 1929 Aug
This Summer it's the "European Week-End" Europe has taken its place in the category of the casual week-end affair. Seventeen days over and back-with four days for sightseeing and shopping in London and Paris -think of that! Many are add ing three days to their summer vacations and treating them selves to a glimpse of Europe, with two ocean voyages for brimming measure. Sail from New York on a week-end- spend that week-end on the ocean and the next in Europe. Book on the Majestic, the world's largest ship, or the popular Olympic. For a more leisurely crossing, there's the Homeric, the Belgenland, the Minnewaska, Minne tonka, and a wide choice of moderately priced Cabin liners. The service is impec cable-the cost can be fitted to your purse. For full information apply to No. 1 Broadway, New York City; 180 No. Michigan Ave., Chicago; 460 Market St., San Francisco; our offices elsewhere or any authorized steamship agent. WHITE lTAR LINE REDITAR LINE ATIANTCTRAN/PORT UNE INTERNATIONAL MERCANTILE MARINE COMPANY Brilliant Winter Cruises viaI.M.M. Sixth World Cruise of the Belgenland, largest, finest liner that has ever circled the globe-from New York Dec. 20, over a route proved per fect on her five former cruises. 133 days-28,000 miles. Operated jointly by Red Star Line and American Express Co. $1750 (up). Also four 46-day cruises to the Mediterranean by White Star Line during January, Feb ruary and March. The itinerary includes the high spots of tour ist interestbordering this glam orous inland sea. $695 (up.) Likewise a series of novel 11 day cruises to Havana, Nassau and Bermuda by Red Star liner Lapland. Sailing Dec. 28; Jan. 11 and 25; Feb. 8 and 22; Mar. 8. $175 (up).