National Geographic : 1930 Jul
7 The 150 Mile EDE•AN ESUPER- SPECTACLE CKUISE SUPREME between CILU 15 E UPIME H NEWYORK dALBANY Through rail tickets, New York to Al bany and Albany to New York accepted Ahlan Wasahlan ! Welcomel-The padded tread of caravan hoofs on cobbles centuries old... from the twilight arches of crooked streets comes the tinkle of strange music, through doors ajar stray faint wisps of hooka smoke and a breath of coffee fragrant as incense-here a splash of sunlight shows a native market spread-there a Moorish cornice silhouettes EASY change from train to boat or the cloudless Orient sky. boat to train at Albany, enabling you to fit the Day Line trip into any Join the Eighth Homeric Mediterranean Summer itinerary. Seven palatial Cruise from New York on January 24th. steamers. Restaurants. Orchestras. Ser Morocco, Southern Spain, Algeria,-the long vice daily including Sunday. "forgotten" Balearics-Malta, with its melange of races-a long stay in Egypt-the Holy Land-Turkey; the French Riviera at its peak of gaiety. And aboard, the leisure, the luxury and super-comforts of this great ship-the largest of all cruising steamers. Early reservations assure the choicest rooms. THOS. COOK & SON ONE DAY OUTINGS from New York 585 Fifth Avenue, New York Connections for Catskills, Adirondacks, Philadelphia Boston Baltimore Washington Chicago St. Louis Berkshires and All Vacation Resorts San Francisco Los Angeles Toronto Montreal Vancouver in co-operation with Write for illustrated ins WAGONS-LITS CO. tfolder o iCAWf AIl~, Hudson River Day Line WAA L West 42nd St. Pier, New York -- 1- i -m "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." L"