National Geographic : 1951 Feb
"We de&wlre4 Alaska a4 kas' 12e4t^rL WJ/ 0*MAU.-oJ1 O 'I 'up "We sailed to Alaska in luxury. The Princess liner we boarded at Vancouver for the 2000-mile trip up the Inside Passage was a resort afloat. Impromptu "Excitement began as soon as we boarded our deck parties during the day...dancing and movies Canadian Pacific train for Vancouver. The accom- at night. Adventure met us when we docked at modations were luxurious...modern, air-conditioned Skagway, Alaska. Inland trips to the historic Gold rooms...soft, wide berths...tempting food. The Rush country. Fjords and the Midnight Sun...gla Canadian Pacific service was superb too, and the ciers, totem poles-a camera fan's paradise! (All this people we met made the trip friendly and gay. for as low as $150 round-trip from Vancouver.)" SPANS THE WORLD Railways * Steamships * Airlines A Hotels * Communications * Express SEE YOURLOCALAGENT ORCANADIAN PACIFIC INPRINCIPAL CITIES INU.S.ANDCANADA Mention the National Geographic-It identifies you S "Our local travel agent made all the arrangements for ts . . . without charge. Next year he will help us plan a Canadian Pacific White Empress voy age to Europe. It costs as little as $240 First Class."