National Geographic : 1953 Oct
"A H * A ACCENT ON SERVICE Ah for la vie des enfants aboard France-Afloat Where every child is a king or queen! For when you travel on a great French Line ship, the accent is on service ... par excellence ... for all. You long for a deck-side cup of bouillon, a blanket to warm you, a refill for an empty glass, a light for your cigarette ... and voil . .. your unspoken wish is quickly and politely fulfilled. h Whether you travel on the luxurious 51, 8 40-ton Liberte, the celebrated Ile de France, or the new, intimate Flandre, you'll enjoy the famous cuisine by master chefs, elegant appointments, deck sports, evening entertainment, special amusements for the children. French Line, 610 Fifth Ave., New York 20, N. Y. CONSULT YOUR AUTHORIZED FRENCH LINE TRAVEL AGENT \. Minimum thrift season rates to Plymouth (in season rates and rates to Le Havre slightly higher) Libert - First Class $330 Cabin, $215; Tourist, $165 lie de France - First Class, $325; Cabin, $215; Tourist, $165. Flandre - First Class, $290; Tourist, $165. Children's rates: 12 years and over-full fare all classes. Other French Line offices: Beverly Hills, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Over I year, under 12-half fare all classes. Halifax, Montreal, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto, Vancouver, B. C., Washington, D.C., Winnipeg, Man.