National Geographic : 1937 May
FOR PEOPLE WITH AND DELICATELY BALANCED BUDGETS FOR THOSE of US who like to keep our budgets in equilibrium, with out giving up the little niceties of life, French Line ships offer the ideal ocean-crossing. Every detail of existence is worked out to perfection . . . for the French add that ultimate touch, that final flourish which transforms excellence into dis tinction. And at no extra cost. On French Line ships, you find a menu so varied that it could be matched only in five or six of the greatest restaurants of the world. An epicure .. . and who of us is not a student of that enchanting science, gas tronomy? . . . may well devote the four to six days of a French Line crossing to advanced re search. And with each meal, we offer you, with our compliments, a bottle of sound table wine. The discipline and tradition of a thousand years of Breton and Norman seafaring make a firm foundation for the suave service and civilized comfort of our modern fleet. Your Travel Agent will be glad to arrange reservations on any of our five crack liners (av eraging less than eight years in service) running weekly from New York to England and France. His services cost you nothing. Consult him freely. fven ceee ne 610Fifth Avenue (Rockefeller Center),NewYork City To England and France, and thus to all Europe: NORMANDIE, May 19 * PARIs, May 4, 28 * CHAMPL.AN, May 14 * Fly anywhere in Europe via Air-France.