National Geographic : 1934 Feb
S A~ntgdmn±asL - a-ti a ' ... How Sterne, that literary vaga bond, would have loved this easy-going progress about Europe! How it would warm his bright, responsive soul! And how, too, he would appreciate the comforts, the economies and conveniences that modern travel can supply! His passage cared for, his lodging reserved, all the details of living away from home efficiently arranged by some one well qualified to do so. That is what a good travel agent will do for you. He will advise you of events and spec tacles scheduled to take place . . . of new routes and regula tions . . . of savings which you can make by doing thus and so. He will forward your mail and help you with your passports. And he won't charge you a cent for his services. A good travel agent is always glad to book your passage French Line, for he knows that there you will enjoy incomparable food and wine, good service, a well-stocked library, spacious, airy cabins, and the society of civilized people. In fact, the mo ment you step aboard, your Con tinental experience has begun! Yet it costs no more to go French Line. Drop in on your travel agent and plan your Senti mental Journey today! French Line, 19 State St., New York City. reIne .ciae ILE DE FRANCE, Feb. 24, March 24, April 14, May 5 * PARIS, Feb. 17, March 17, April 7 and 28 * CHAMPLAIN, Feb. 10, March 3, April 3 and 21, May 12 * LAFAYETTE, March 10 ^.