National Geographic : 1934 May
SOUTHERN ROUTE . yo. wo7 at .0 ..... Write for illustrated literature to local agent or 1 State St., NewYork; 1601 Walnut St., Philadelphia; 86 Ar lington St., Boston; 944 Arcade, Union Trust Bldg., Cleveland; 333 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago; 386 PostSt., San Francisco; 1806Amer ican Bank Bldg., New Orleans; Ar chitects Bldg., 1133 Beaver Hall Hill, Montreal; 159 Bay St., Toronto. You've had your cocktail before coming down. Now pick up the menu-and a delightful ceremony begins! Your table steward stands at your elbow, the wine-steward waits his turn. The Italian Line is about to entertain you at dinner. Order without constraint. The chefs are prepared with delicious, imaginative dishes competing frankly with celebrated restaurants ashore. That's an important reason why you'll appreciate the Southern Route! The Lido life is another . . the service . . . the back ground . . . and the 1,000 miles or more of cruising "east of Gibraltar" at no extra cost. Go on the REX, fastest liner afloat, or the Conte di SAVOIA, only gyro-stabilized liner if you want a speedy crossing. For a more leisurely voyage, choose the ROMA or the AUGUSTUS, the original "Lido vessels"-or the Cosulich liners SATURNIA or VUL CANIA, each with a whole deck of private verandah suites.