National Geographic : 1931 Jun
FRANCONIA WORLD CRUISE Faraway, glamorous places have stirred your imagination Bali, still in its primitive civili zation . . . Macassar, flaming like a ruby on the jungle's edge . .. Bangkok's barbaric splendour ... Saigon! The Franconia includes them without extra cost . . also such unique highspots as Athens and the Holy Land... and all the other im portant highlights of a Round-the-World voyage. 140 days... 33 ports. Greatly reduced rates .. $ 1750 up. A perfect, proven cruise ship S. . built for world cruising . . . ensuring direct docking arrangements at the majority of the ports. Eastward from New York Jan. 9 next. Literature from your Local Agent or CUNARD LINE or THOS. COOK & SON "1~r FOREIGN Adventure -/ this Side -1 the Atlantic DO YOU realize that you can well afford a prolonged jour ney through a fascinating foreign land ? French-Canada is just across the line, but how very different from any country you have visited. You will see it all in luxurious manner, from the wide decks of large modern steamers. Your cabin will be your home, complete with every convenience. Without sense of motion your ship will glide down the mighty St. Lawrence River, in and out of strange bays and up the ever-glorious waters of the Saguenay. From Toronto, the famous Sague nay cruise includes visits to many interesting places among which are the Thousand Islands, the St. Law rence Rapids, Montreal, Quebec, fashionable Murray Bay and quaint Tadoussac-the largest cities in Canada to its earliest settlement from inland waters alive with modern shipping to the wild and lonely grandeur 'of the Saguenay. *Write for full information, contained in illustrated literature, dealing with the famous Saguenay Cruises. Also, if specified, the Seven DayCruise from Detroitto Duluth and return. Address your touristagent, or CANADA STEAMSHIP LINES Operating The Manoir Richelieu, Murray Bay, and Hotel Tadoussac, Tadoussac 715 VICTORIA SQUARE - MONTREAL Agents in Leading Cities of the United States and Canada US236 "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."