National Geographic : 1932 Jun
The Walled City of Quebec ForeignAdventure THIS SIDE the Atlantic... HIS summer Canada Steamship Lines presents an intimate view of French Canada, in all her bewildering charm and old world beauty. So near your home in mere miles, so calm and restful, and yet so foreign. The Saguenay Cruise, starting from Toronto, takes you the length of Lake Ontario, in among the Thousand Islands, midst dashing spray down the St. Lawrence Rapids, to Montreal, whence you sail in the cool of the evening, passing under the world-famous Que bec Bridge at dawn, docking beneath the guns of the fortress city. Here you may stop over to visit the Miracle Shrine of Ste. Anne de Beaupre, then on to fashionable Murray Bay, inspecting the Manoir Richelieu, and, at sunset, step ashore at Tadoussac, Canada's oldest settle ment. Here the Saguenay River lures you to her headwaters, your luxurious modern steamer passing close beneath gigantic Capes Trinity and Eternity, their heads among the clouds. WHAT IT COSTS The cost of the Saguenay Cruise is, from Toronto and return, $79.00; Rochester, $73.90; Montreal, $43.75; Quebec, $26.10... including transportation, meals and berth. ANOTHER DELIGHTFUL TRIPoffered by this company is the seven-day cruise from Detroit to Duluth and return-a gay house party on a great modern liner. * Forfull information and descriptive folders apply to your Tourist Agent or CANADA STEAMSHIP LINES 715 VICTORIA SQUARE, MONTREAL US268 Agents in leading cities of the United States and Canada Only the Cost* Has Changed A correspondent recently wrote of Hawaii: "The simple, friendly spirit of its early people still hovers over this gentle land, and the glow ing Hawaiian moon still rises over the purple heights of Diamond Head, beglamouring those who come under its spell. "Kamaaina (old-timer), malahini (newcomer) - both hold aloft the Kukui torch to that phrase of Mark Twain ... ' no other land could so be seechingly haunt me... its balmy airs are always blowing, its summer seas flashing in the sun; the pulsing of its surfbeat is in my ears. I see its gar landed crags, its plumy palms drowsing by the shore; in my nostrils still lives the breath of flowers that perished twenty years ago.' " Hawaii's friendly spirit, her gracious hospi tality is told and marveled at by every traveler that touches her shore. It never changes. But the cost of the trip there goes down: *3 Weeks-$300 and less A three-weeks round-tripfrom the Pacific Coast, all expenses included-hotel,sightseeing, etc.-c an be made for less than $300. A letter will bring interestingproof. The HawaiiTourist Bureau will, on request, mail you FREE, authoritative information. For specialbooklet, with illustratedmaps, send oc. TOURIST BUREAU (HONOLULU, HAWAII, U.S .A.) 225-C BUSH STREET, SAN FRANCISCO "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."