National Geographic : 1930 Feb
PARIS** The splendor of the Louis' in its magnificent salons New Salon Mixte with illuminated ulass danc ing floor of the"Paria" S. S. "Paris" r ROM the days of the Feb.21 -Mar.21 Louis', France has I' given the world its "lie de France" standards of elegance and Feb.7 -Mar.7 chic...clothes, manners, menus, 1 1s'> the bon mot and the art of fasci S. S. "France" nation...cross "the longest gang Mediterranean- plank in the world" to the New Morocco Cruise "Paris"... (just re-engined for February 12 speed... redecorated for smartness March 15 and modernity...a crystal smoking April 25 room...sun deck with sidewalk cafe ... practically all outside rooms with bath)... and you're in Paris herself... the same gracious service, the same bril liant backgrounds... the same gayety, the same infinite finesse. 51/2 days to Plymouth, England Sail from the heart of Manhattan on one of the weekly express liners "Ile de France," "Paris," or "France" . . . direct to Plymouth, a waiting Pullman express for London, a few hours later the covered pier at Havre, three-hour express to Paris. Information from any authorized French Line Agent or write to 19 State St., N. Y. S(where Broadway begins), or 565 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Prince Line Service has been continuous between New York and South America for 5 years. IFIjiNEt i s Pinj^ IL.IIS . INDEPENDENT TOURS $8.00 per day up pays for Inde pendent Tours. Itineraries arranged to leave any time and visit a only those places you wish to. CONDUCTED TOURS $295 u covers all expenses on our Conducted Tours. Small parties and selected itineraries, including the Passion Play. A choice of 15 Conducted Tours. $95 pays all expenses on a Conducted Tour to the 945 MEDITERRANEAN, HOLY LAND, PAS SION PLAY, EUROPE, June 18th to Sept. 4th. Write for Booklet "G-3" with complete information "Personal service second to none" Simmons 'itws 1328 Broadway (Since 1876) New York City . " ALWAYS go to Dreer's," is 1 the explanation you inva Sriably get when you admire a neighbor's garden. Why not insure your own success with Flowers and Vegetables by selecting them from our 1930 Garden Book? A copy free if you mention National Geographic HENRY A. DREER, 1306 Spring Garden St.,Phila.,Pa. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."