National Geographic : 1937 May
BRITTANY - renowned for quaint towns and picturesque costumes. NORWEGIAN FJORDS - with their magnificent mountain scenery. SIRELAND - a charming country that few travelers know. ' . SCOTLAND - with historic Edinburgh and the romantic Highlands. All these and other interesting countries, including Germany, Holland and Denmark, are on the program of the Raymond-Whitcomb Northwest Europe Cruise wi /7 Sailing June 26 in the French tine S. S. " Paris" A new summer cruise along the shores of Northwestern Europe and the British Isles, from France to the Fjords of Norway. With stops at twenty historic, picturesque and important ports in eleven countries, and excursions to many other notable places that ordinarily it is im practical to visit. This is an exceptional opportunity to visit, with all the tra ditionalcomfort of Raymond- Whitcomb cruises, a famous and fascinatingsection of Europe much of which is not on the usual travel routes or on the programs of other cruises. At sea, the luxuries and the delightful holiday atmosphere of a great French liner that is an authentic bit of France . . . and the largest ship to make a cruise to Europe this summer. 32 days from New York over the 8000-mile cruise route to Southampton and Havre, with return passage to America by French Line steamships through the year. Rates, including return, $565 up For particulars see your local travel agent . . . or SAYM OND-W HIT OM B New York 670 Fifth Ave. (at 53d Stret Bostons 145 Tremont St. & 122 Newbury St. Philadelphia: 1517 Walnut St. Cleveland: 841 Union Trust Bldg. Chicago: 320 No. Michigan Ave.