National Geographic : 1921 Dec
Through the sparkling Mediterranean at its most delightful season, The Raymond-Whitcomb Mediterranean Cruise A Winter Voyage in Summer Seas Sailing February 14, 1922 on the S. S "George Washington" Cadiz, Algiers and Naples, Athens and Constan tinople, Jerusalem and Cairo, are among the ports of call. Equally engrossing, and rarely visited, are Corfu, loveliest of the Isles of Greece, Cattaro on the towering Dalmatian Coast and Corsica, famous as the birthplace of Napoleon. The Cruise Ship, the "George Washington", is the largest ever chartered for such a cruise. Luxurious in all her appointments her accommodations range from single rooms to three- and four-room suites. The Cruise sails from New York February 14, 1922 and is due back on April 26. Rates $625 and upward. Send for our Mediterranean Booklet. West Indies-Panama- Hawaii Cruise An exceptional two-ocean cruise visiting Cuba, Jamaica, Porto Rico and St. Thomas in the West Indies passing through the Panama Canal and up the coast of Mexico and California to San Francisco-and then westward across the Pacific to fascinating Hawaii. Sailing February 11, 1922 Other winter tours to California and Hawaii, to Florida, Europe, South America, Arabian Nights Africa, Egypt and the Holy Land,Japan-China and Round theWorld. Raymond Building Beacon and Park Streets, Boston S New York Philadelphia Chicago San Francisco Los Angeles " rs 0 " [K^L Uftg<j^>^Mt~AUMJI "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"