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 ART CRAFTS GUILD
(Cultural Tours
to EUROPE
1929
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Via CANADIAN PACIFIC "DO" Europe Thoroughly
AT MINIMUM COST
" •—mjltural Tours" have been planned by the Guild Travel
I        Bureau for teachers, art lovers, writers and others who
^—^ desire to spend a leisurely summer abroad—seeing everything there is to see—visiting all the points of paramount interest—living and traveling comfortably—yet at modest
expense.
Members of these Tours will visit England, Belgium, Holland,
Germany, France and Switzerland; and will have ample time
at all points to "do" each place of interest thoroughly and well.
You spend eleven days in London, for example. The Guild
furnishes a complete city sightseeing tour on your first day,
after which you have ten days to visit leisurely the places you
most want to see. Interesting side trips, bus rides, visits to
galleries and museums,etc.,are suggested; and definite information regarding bus routes, etc., is given you—so that for a few
cents each day you can ride with the Londoners to the places
you want to see, and explore each treasure-house of art and
history in a thorough, leisurely fashion. '
Meanwhile, your hotel accommodations and meals are
furnished. When you travel from one city to another, you
travel with a Guild tour party. Eleven days in London; seven
days in Brussels; two days in the Hague; the Rhine trip by
steamer; twenty-three days in Paris; a week in Switzerland—
such is this program of leisurely, cultural travel. After such a
summer in Europe you will come home knowing the principal
European countries thoroughly and well—an expert on Europe,
if you please.
Cultural Tours are also available covering France, Italy and
Switzerland, or covering France alone.
All necessary traveling and living expenses are included in the
tour price—together with general sightseeing programs.at all
important points.    For details see the following pages.
Guild Travel Bureau presents these tours with confidence
that they are the greatest travel values ever offered.
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PRYOR PRESS, CHICAGO GO TO EUROPE THIS SUMMER ON A GUILD CULTURAL TOUR
The Art Crafts Guild, Inc.—originator and sponsor of Collegiate Tours to Europe, House Party Tours through the
Wonderland of the West and through the Historic East in
America—is proud indeed to present its schedule of popular
priced European Tours for the Season of 1929—our fourth
season of successful travel operations.
The Guild is a national educational organization whose representatives are closely in touch with universities, colleges and
high schools throughout the United States.
The Guild's Travel Bureau is international in scope, with
head offices in Chicago and branches in leading cities abroad.
The Guild Crest is a symbol of our activities and interests:
the brush and palette of the artist, the quill of the writer, the
tool of the craftsman, the book of culture, the lamp of learning
—and the ship which indicates our dominant interest—travel.
The motto is: "Travel—the Greatest Educator."
When you go abroad on a Guild tour, your itinerary is planned
by experts who are closely in touch with European conditions
and the travel desires of the American public. We know-
thoroughly the places you most want to see and should see;
and our objects in scheduling this year's itineraries have been,
first, to make it possible for you to visit any country in Europe
at any time you may choose for your vacation; second, to provide a class of accommodation and a type of service (both on
ship and on shore) that will be the most comfortable and efficient
of any tourist parties; and third, to make our tours as comprehensive and complete as possible and so economical in price
that everyone may enjoy the cultural and educational advantages of a trip abroad.
Superiorities of Guild Tours
The prospective European traveler will do well to choose
wisely in selecting the company under whose management he
is to travel. We do not make comparative statements concerning our tours or our travel organization, although we invite
comparison, as we are confident that we will meet every test.
Here are the points you should consider in choosing your tour:
1. Guild Tours offer clean, comfortable accommodations on
fast ships, enabling you to spend the maximum number of days
in Europe.
2. Guild Tours use good hotels, many of them classifying
as first class and even DeLuxe.
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3. A great deal of the travel in Europe on Guild Tours is
done by motor, so that you get many intimate glimpses of the
various countries which would be impossible were travel by
rail only.
4. Our itineraries show definitely the time devoted to rail
and motor travel. We show clearly the time one spends getting
from one city to another.
5. Our tours are personally conducted by expert couriers
and arranged for by our own European organization, which is
always at your service, on the spot!
6. Printed itineraries, distributed in advance to Guild Tour
members, enable you to secure concrete and authentic information on all points visited.
7. Our tours are economical, complete, and are on the "all-
expense" basis. We state clearly what is included in the price,
as well as the items that are not included.
8. The Guild will gladly furnish references from former
clients, banks or members of trade organizations as to the conduct of its business and its financial responsibility.
You should consider all these points when selecting the tour
organization with which you expect to see Europe. Compare
itineraries day by day; compare accommodations, at sea and
on land, noting especially the number of days which you
actually have in Europe. It has not been our object to offer
the cheapest tours to Europe, but the best. Everything considered, there is no greater travel value anywhere than a Guild
four.
Our Own European Organization
The experience gained in making European travel arrangements for many thousands of tourists during past seasons, and
the skillful service rendered by our own American organization
in Europe working out of our own European offices, not only
insures the success of any tour under our management, but
enables us to give you the maximum of value for your travel
dollar.
"Canadian Pacific Service"
Alert and attentive stewards and stewardesses are eager to
provide for your every want. Their service is polite, attentive,
thoughtful—catering to the travelers' every need. A hot salt
bath or shower is ready without cost whenever you order it.
Deck games and exercise combine with ocean air to sharpen
the appetite. In addition to three wonderful meals a day, we
are served biscuits and broth at eleven each morning; tea and
cakes at four in the afternoon; and dainty sandwiches before
retiring at night.
The Canadian Pacific could not have become the world's
greatest travel system without developing a standard of service
that makes every traveler a guest, and every guest a friend!
Not until you have lived for a week on shipboard with an Art
Crafts Guild Collegiate Tour will you know what a promise of
travel satisfaction is contained in the words: "Canadian Pacific
Service."
"We wish you would visualize for us what your conducted
tours are really like," say prospective travelers who are planning their first journey abroad. "We'd like to know what one
does from day to day on a trip of this kind, when traveling
under Art Crafts Guild management. We'd like to know if
we really get to see all the important places; and if we have
enough time free to do things that happen particularly to
interest us as individuals."
On Cultttral Tours you get a broad, general picture of each
country visited— plus intimate glimpses of fascinating byways, and concentrated attention on points of supreme interest.
It is the perfect summer vacation!
If you have never scrambled up a gangplank, never felt the
throb of powerful engines far beneath resilient decks, never
leaned on a ship's rail to watch a glowing west while speeding
eastward across the Atlantic, there is in life an ecstasy you have
missed. You must experience it soon; and when you do, you'll
find that the biggest thrills aren't on your itinerary at all!
Thrills there are, and thrills a-plenty—big thrills and little
thrills—thrills that one can never put into ordinary black-and-
white words, but that come slipping pleasantly back to mind
for years and years and years!
Are you bored? Tired? Fed upon news and views at home?
Then you need a trip abroad! You need a voyage trimmed
with white-capped waves and salt air from the broad Atlantic.
You need wide, white decks with sunshine on them, and nice
people in sport clothes. You need an appetite that doesn't
grow on land.
Yes! There are a thousand thrills awaiting you; and some
of the biggest ones aren't on your itinerary! You can almost
be sure of anything, except being bored!
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,..r£\\\ \ Standard Cultural Tours of Europe«— Summer 1929
$610
Tour CE1
Empress
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May 28
June 4
June 5
June 6
June 7
June 8
Scotland
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June 25
June 26
June 27
June 28
June 29
June
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June 11
June 12
June 13
June 14
June 15
June 16
June 17
June 18
June 19
June 20
$622
Tour CE2
Empress
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$622
Tour CE3
S.S.
Montclar,
July 2
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June 30
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luly 21
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July 25
Visiting ENGLAND, BELGIUM, HOLLAND,
The RHINE, FRANCE and SWITZERLAND
Tues.     Sail from Quebec.
Tues. Arrive Southampton. Motor to Winchester, visit
Cathedral, thence to Oxford.
Wed. Motor through the Shakespeare Country, visit
Stratford-on-Avon, Kenilworth and Warwick
Castles.    Return to Oxford.
Thurs. Visit colleges at Oxford in morning, in afternoon
motor to London via Stoke Poges, Eton and Windsor.
Fri. In London—Sightseeing tour by motor, giving gen
eral idea of London and principal points of interest.
Sat. You can take any of the following busses: Nos. 3,11,
12, 24, 29, 32, 53, 59, 77 and 88 and go to Whitehall.
Here you will watch the changing of the Horse
Guards, which takes place at 11:00 A. M. In the
afternoon take any of the following busses Nos. 7, 8,
23, 25, 19, 38 and 177 and stop at the British Museum. No admission fee. A guide lecturer will conduct you through theMuseum at 3 :00 P. M.  No fee.
Sun. Sunday is no longer so dull as it used to be for the
stranger in London. This day affords opportunity
for studying buildings and topography of city.
In the morning you pay a visit to the animated Jews
Market in and about Middlesex Street.
In the afternoon you can go to Hyde Park. Near the
Marble Arch just inside the park gates is an open
space where open air orators and lecturers of all
kinds are accustomed to hold forth. A little to the
east of the park is the Ring Tea House where refreshments can be obtained. The cinema is open at
6:00 P. M. and concerts are frequent.
Mon. You can take any of the following busses Nos. 3,11,
12, 24, 29, 32, 53, 59, 77 and 88 and stop at Westminster Abbey. This is open and free to visitors.
The best time to visit would be from 11:00 A. M. to
3:00 P. M. Visit the chapels and ambulatory. A
visit to the room of the wax figures will cost 3 pence,
and 3 pence for the Norman Undercroft.
You may visit in the afternoon the well known stores
of Selfridges at 398 Oxford Street.
Tues. You can take a tour in the best known shopping
streets in London, Bond Street, Regent Street.
Piccadilly, the first of which may claim to be par
excellence—the street of fashionable shops proper.
A visit to the National Gallery in the afternoon.
Any bus to Trafalgar Square will take you right to
this museum. There is no admission fee and a free
guide-lecturer is available from 11 A. M. to 1 P. M.
Wed. Visit the Zoological Gardens. This will prove both
pleasant and interesting. These gardens are conveniently reached by taxi, although it would be an
experience to travel by underground tube. They are
open every week day from 9:00 A. M. and the admission is one shilling.
In the afternoon busses Nos. 11, 19, 22, 31 and 49
will take you to Chelsea. Here on the Embankment
you will see the Chelsea Hospital, built by Sir
Christopher Wren in 1682. There is also Carlyle
House.    The admission fee is one shilling.
Thurs. Busses Nos. 2, 36, 51, 32, 80 and 88 will take you to
the Tate Gallery in Grosvenor Road. The Tate
Gallery offers complete historical representation of
British School of Art and is arranged as nearly as
possible chronologically. It owes its origin to Sir
Henry Tate. There is no admission fee, a free guide
lecturer is available from 11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P. M.
In the afternoon Busses Nos. 2, 13, 30, 48, 53 and 74
will take you to Hertford House in Manchester
Square, once the residence of the Marquises of
Hertford and afterward that of Sir Richard Wallace.
The Wallace Collection is the most important single
collection in London, or perhaps in the world, for the
lover of art. The admission is free, and there is a
free guide-lecturer at 3:00 P. M.
Fri. Busses Nos. 3, 11, 12, 24, 29, 32, 53, 59, 76, 77 and 88
will take you to the Houses of Parliament. You
must be there at 10:00 A. M. Our London office will
help you with any information regarding this visit.
In the afternoon, take the Piccadilly tube to South
Kensington Station to the Victoria and Albert
Museum, (Indian Museum) in Cromwell Road. This
museum contains a varied collection of Indian antiquities and modern art. The admission is free
and a free guide lecturer is available at 3 :00 P. M.
Sat. Busses Nos. 7, 8, 22, 23 and 25 will take you to
Cheapside in the morning. In Fore Street visit the
Church of St. Giles, famous as the burial place of
John Milton. If time allows visit the Guild Hall
Museum of London antiquities in Basinghall Street,
containing an interesting collection of Roman and
other antiquities found within the city of London.
In the afternoon take train from Victoria Station or
London Bridge to the Crystal Palace, a thirty
minute ride, fare 11 pence. The Crystal Palace is a
huge edifice of glass and iron. The palace is open to
the public.   Admission is one shilling and two pence.
Sun. An interesting sight is a church parade in Hyde Park.
In the afternoon take a train from Waterloo Station
to Hampton Court. They run every fifteen minutes,
the fare is three shilling and four pence. To reach the
Palace you cross the Thames and turn to the right.
Hampton court with its stately buildings, and
famous picture gallery, its charming gardens and
parks and its delightful scenery, is one of the most
attractive points in the neighborhood of London.
Mon. This is your last day in London and you will probably
be very busy shopping, but you should have lunch
at the old Cheshire Cheese at 145 Fleet Street, or
Cock Tavern, 22 Fleet Street. Both are old chop
houses, with literary associations of great interest.
Tues. To Brussels, across the English Channel via Dover-
Ostend with a conducted party.
Wed. Sightseeing tour by motor, giving a general idea of
Brussels and its principal points of interest.
In the afternoon you can take a tour of the best
shopping points in Brussels—Rue Neuve and
Boulevard Anspach. Laces are a specialty of Belgium and the two best shops are Leffenson, Rue St.
Gudule No. 2 and Oswald in the Gallery du Roi.
Thurs. A short walk up Rue Neuve takes you to Grand
Place, center of Old Brussels, "The noblest of
mediaeval squares," a scene of a fruit and
vegetable market in the morning. You will admire
the architecture of "Maison du Roi" now used as a
Municipal Museum, admission free, and the Guild
Houses. Visit Hotel de Ville, admission three francs.
In the afternoon you should visit the Place Royale,
about eight minutes' walk from the Grand Place.
Here is the ancient chapel of St. Jacques and the
American Consulate. Close by is the Musee des
Beaux Arts, the National Art Gallery. Admission
two francs. Then take tram cars 1, 2, 3 or 4 to the
Bois de la Cambre, most beautiful park in Brussels.
Tour CE1
(Cont.)
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Tour CE2
(Cont.)
July 12
July 26
July 27
July 28
July 29
July 30
July 31
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Tour CE3
(Cont.)
July 26
July 27
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July 30
July 31
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In morning take tram cars Nos. 5, 48, 20, 22, 33 or
98, visit Church of Notre Dame de la Chapelle and
du Sablon, dating from 15th and 16th centuries.
In the afternoon any of the above cars will take you
to the Palais de Justice, Rue de la Regence.    Admission fee two francs.    Then go to Porte de Hal,
remnant of mediaeval fortification, and to the Musee
d Armes et d'Armures, a most beautiful collection
of armour presented by the Dukes of Burgundy.
You can take an excursion to Waterloo in regular
sightseeing busses—price being 45 francs per person.
Tram Cars Nos. 40 and 45 will take you to Tervueren
where you can visit the Musee du Congo. Admission
is free.    This museum has a collection of African
villages  and  interesting  products.     The  park  of
Tervueren is extremely beautiful and interesting.
Tram Nos. 23, 24, 27 and 29 will take you to Rue de
la Loi and you can visit the Musee du St. Cin-
quantenaire.    Admission fee one franc.    Visit the
gallery of Chinese and Japanese art and collections
of western Asiatic, Greek, Roman antiquities.
In the afternoon Tram Cars Nos. 14, 15, 16, 17 will
take you to the Botanical Gardens.
You will want this day free for shopping, or to visit
more thoroughly some of the previous museums.
Join conducted party, proceed by rail to The Hague.
Excursion to Amsterdam, Volendam and the Isle
of Marken and return to The Hague.
In The Hague and Scheveningen.   Sightseeing.
ByrailtoCologne. Sightseeing. ToCoblenzbymotor.
Rhine trip.   Coblenz to Mayence by steamer.
By rail to Paris.
Sightseeing tour by motor, giving a general idea of
Paris and its principal points of interest.
Excursion to Versailles and Malmaison with party.
N'OTE. Our head office for the whole of Europe, the
"GUILD TRAVEL BUREAU," will be glad to give you
any information or particulars concerning anything you
want to visit and how to get there, either by bus, train or
subway. However, Paris taxicabs are very cheap and most
people prefer to use this means of transportation. They will
also tell you all about theatres and places of amusement
that you should see while in Paris. We shall, therefore, only
mention a few of the many places you should visit during
your stay here.
The principal shopping center in Paris is around
the Opera. North of the Opera itself are some of
the largest department stores in Paris, such as the
"Printemps" and "Galleries Lafayette." Facing
the Opera Square, the Avenue de l'Opera for general
shopping, the Rue de la Paix for high grade dressmakers, Rue Royale for jewellers and diamond
merchants. Lower south, the Rue de Rivoli with its
well known arcades.
In the afternoon we would suggest a visit of two
hours in the Louvre Museum. This picture gallery
is too important to be visited in one day, so we suggest short visits on different days of two hours each.
A walk through the Luxembourg Gardens, on the
other side of the river Seine, will show you the
Luxembourg Palace, former residence of the Queen
Catherine of Medicis, now used for the French
Senate. Next to the Palace, the Luxembourg
Museum is devoted exclusively to work of con temporary painters. Near the LuxernbourgGardensyoufind
Sorbonne Church and Schools, Headquarters of the
Paris Universities, right in centre of Latin Quarter.
Visit the Cluny Museum, a jewel of Gothic architecture, built in 15th century, where varied collectionsof
ancient arts are to be seen. Adjoining Hotel de Cluny
is one of the oldest ruins of Roman architecture.
We suggest a day's excursion to Fontainebleau by
bus, visiting Barbizon on the way, then through the
well known forest to the Palace of Fontainebleau,
the famous royal residence.
A visit should be made by taxi to Bois de Boulogne.
Boating on the Lake is a pleasant pastime on a summer's day.    In the Bois de Boulogne you find the
Jardin d'Acclimatation, one of the Paris Zoological
gardens and an amusement park.
Visit the Musee Carnavalet, full of souvenirs of old
Paris, more especially pertaining to the Revolution.
Near by you may visit Victor Hugo's house.
Visit the Conciergerie near the Lawcourts.  See prison
where Marie Antoinette was held before execution.
A page of the mostdramatic moments in History.
The Jardins des Plantes with its museum and collection of trees and animals is well worth visiting.
The J acquemart Museum contains a priceless and
artistic collection of the  18th century.
The Rodin Museum holds the works and collections
of Rodin, famous sculptor, bequeathed to the State.
We suggest a day's excursion to Chantilly by train
or bus.   Visit the famous Chateau.
We suggest excursion to the Battlefields visiting
Belleau   Woods  Cemetery,   Chateau  Thierry  and
Rheims.   Back to Paris the same night.
Drop in Louvre Museum and see more masterpieces.
AFTERNOON.   Ascent of the world famous Eiffel
Tower—the  highest  structure  in  the  world,   and
where a most wonderful view of Paris is obtained.
An excursion to the porcelain and china (State Factory) of Sevres.    The little town of Sevres can be
reached by train or steamer on the river Seine.
The Gobelins Tapestries are known the world over.
You can visit the Gobelins State Factory where
thousands of masterpieces have been made.
While visiting the Louvre Picture Gallery, do not
forget to step in the Decorative Arts Museum which
is quite near  the  main  building.    The  scientific
museum of Arts and Crafts is most interesting to
visit and a good afternoon can be spent there.
An ascent of the Arc de Triomphe will give you an
idea of Napoleon's conception of a modern city. You
will see the twelve large, tree lined Avenues leading
to the "Etoile" in the form of a star.
Take a steamer on the River Seine to any of the
beautiful little towns of Bellevue, St. Cloud, or even
to St. Germain is a nice day's outing.
I Three days for you to rest, shop or roam around
f the Quarters of Paris you like best.
By rail to Montreux, Switzerland.
Excursion to Castle of Chillon.
By electric railway to  Interlaken.
Excursion to Grindelwald Glacier.
By train to Lucerne over world famous Brunig Pass.
Excursion to summit of Mt.Rigi or Axenstrasse Drive.
In Lucerne.   Free for independent action.
By rail to Paris.
In Paris—free for independent action.
By rail to Cherbourg and sail (Tours No. 1 and No.
2.); on the S. S. "EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA."
(Tour No. 3.) on the S. S. "MONTROYAL"
Arrive Quebec. CONTINENTAL  CULTURAL TOURS
Tour CE4   Tour CE5  Tour CE6
TourCE4   TourCE5  Tour CE6
$630
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$630
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$630
June 25
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FRANCE, ITALY, SWITZERLAND
Tues.     Sail from Quebec
Tues.     Arrive Cherbourg.    By rail with conducted party
through beautiful Normandy to Paris.
Wed.      Sightseeing tour by motor giving a general idea of
Paris and its principal points of interest.
Thurs.   Excursion to Versailles and Malmaison by motor
with conducted party.
GENERAL NOTES ON PARIS
Our Head Office for the whole of Europe, The Guild
Travel Bureau, will be glad to give you any information or particulars concerning anything you may
want to visit, and how to get there, either by bus,
street cars or subways. Paris taxi-cabs are very
cheap indeed and most people prefer them to busses
and subways.
Our Paris Office will also tell you all about theatres
and places of amusement that you should see while
in Paris. Therefore, we shall only mention below
a few of the many places you can visit during your
stay there.
Fri. MORNING. The principal shopping center in
Paris lies around the Opera Square. You will find,
north of the Opera itself, some of the largest department stores in Paris such as the "Printemps" and
"Galleries Lafayette." Facing the Opera Square,
the Avenue de 1'Opera for general shopping, the
Rue de la Paix for high grade dressmakers, the Rue
Royale for jewelry and diamonds. Lower south is
the Rue de Rivoli with its well known arcades. Its
numerous shops and stores will sell you anything
you might require.
AFTERNOON. We would suggest a visit of two
hours to the Louvre Museum. This Picture Gallery,
one of the largest in the world, is too important to
be visited in one day. We suggest short visits on
different days of two hours each time.
Sat. A walk through the Luxembourg Gardens, on the
other side of the river Seine, will show you the
Luxembourg Palace, former residence of Queen
Catherine of Medicis and now used for the French
Senate. Next to the Palace, the Luxembourg
Museum of Arts is devoted exclusively to the works
of contemporary artists.
A few minutes' walk will take you to the Sorbonne
Church and Schools, Headquarters of the Paris
Universities and center of the Latin Quarter.
Sun. We suggest a day's excursion to Fontainebleau by
bus, visiting Barbizon on the way, then through the
well known forest to the Palace of Fontainebleau.
Visit of the famous Royal Summer Residence, second in interest only to Versailles.
Mon. A visit should be made by taxi to the Bois de
Boulogne. Horse-back riding or boating amid
wonderful scenery is a very pleasant pastime on a
summer's day. In the Bois de Boulogne, you will
also find the Jardin d'Acclimatation, one of the
Paris Zoological Gardens and an amusement park
as well.
Tues. Visit to the Cluny Museum, a jewel of Gothic architecture built in the 15th century. It contains a
varied collection of ancient arts and crafts. Adjoining the building, you will find one of the oldest
Roman ruins in Paris.
Wed. Visit to the Musee Carnavalet, full of souvenirs,
more specially pertaining to the French Revolution.
A few minutes' walk from this museum you will find
Victor Hugo's house which can be visited.
Thurs. Visit to the "Conciergerie" in the Palais de Justice
and Lawcourts. The old prison where Marie Antoinette was detained before her execution. The old
cell where she spent her last days can still be seen.
The most dramatic page of French History.
Fri. The "Jardin des Plantes"  with its collections of
trees, animals, etc. and its museum full of skeletons
and fossils is well worth visiting.
Sat. The Jacquemart Museum contains a priceless and
artistic collection of the 18th century.
Sun. We suggest a day's excursion to Chantilly by train
or bus.    Visit to the famous Chateau.
Mon. Excursion to the Battlefields visiting Belleau Wood
Cemetery, Chateau Thierry and Rheims. Back to
Paris via Bery-au-Bac, Hill 108, Soissons, Chemin-
des-Dames, Compiegnes and Senlis.
Tues.      In the morning, drop into the Louvre Picture Galleries and see more masterpieces.
Afternoon, ascent of the world-famous Eiffel Tower,
the highest structure in the world,  from which a
wonderful view of Paris is obtained.
Wed. Visit to the porcelain and china manufactories of
Sevres (State Factory). The little town of Sevres
can be reached either by train or river steamer.
Thurs.   These days can be used for shopping, etc.
Fri.
Sat.        To Avignon by rail with conducted party.
Sun. Morning visit of the Popes Palace with private
guide.   Afternoon train to Nice via Marseilles.
Mon. In Nice. Morning free. Afternoon drive over the
Grand Corniche to Monte Carlo, Monaco. Return
to Nice via the Petite Corniche Road. (The above
trip is made with one of our conducted parties.)
Tues. Free in Nice. Shopping, or bathing in the blue
Mediterranean Sea.
Wed. We suggest a trip on one of the local busses to the
old town of Nice and its surroundings. The drive
lasts the best part of the afternoon.
Thurs. One of the local busses will take you to Grasse
through the famous Gorges-du-Loup. In Grasse,
visit one of the many perfume factories.
Fri. We   suggest   an  afternoon   drive   to   Cannes   via
Antibes, by bus, which is an extremely pleasant and
interesting excursion. Cannes is the most select
winter resort on the French Riviera.
Sat. Suggested afternoon trip to Laghet. Return via
Cap-Ferrat, Levens or Saint-Paul.
Sun. Suggested trip to the Gorges du Cians and Gorges
du Daluis.
Mon.      In Nice.    Shopping or bathing.
Our Nice Office will give you all information concerning the above suggested trips and drives.
Tues.     Leave Nice for Genoa by rail with conducted party.
Wed.      From Genoa to Rome by rail with conducted party.
Thurs.   Two days' sightseeing of the city with private cars
Fri. and guides (with conducted party.)
Sat. Shopping suggested after the previous days of sightseeing. The main shopping center in Rome lies
around Piazza di Spagna.    In this square and exact-
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ly at the bottom of the steps that lead to the "Tri-
nita dei Monti" is the daily flower market. Right
opposite this market, and leading to Corso Umberto
I, you will find Via Condotti which might be called
the "Rue de la Paix of Rome," where you will find
jewelry, dresses, silks and Lenci dolls of all descriptions. The Via del Babuino, goes from Piazza di
Spagna to Piazza del Popolo and is well known for
its shops full of antiques and modern works of art.
Next to. Via del Babuino runs the Via Margutta,
where famous international artists still have their
studios. For general shopping, Corso Umberto I
and Via del Tritone.
GENERAL INFORMATION
Our Rome Office will be glad to give you any information concerning anything you may want to visit
and how to get there, either by bus or street cars.
They will also tell you about theatres or places of
amusement in Rome.
We suggest a day's excursion by train or motor to
Tivoli, visiting the ruins of the largest and most
sumptuous Villa ever built by the Emperor Hadrian
during the Roman Era, then through Villa d'Este
with its wonderful terraced gardens and fountains.
Then to the famous waterfalls of the River Anio, a
tributary to the old Tiber.
From 12 Noon, till 6:00 P. M., you can visit the
famous Borghese Gallery, the former summer residence of the Borghese Family, now full of masterpieces of the best known masters.
A walk through the Borghese Park will end up this
most interesting afternoon.
Morning visit to the Vatican's Picture Gallery with
its fine collection of works of art of the early and late
Renaissance.
Ascent of the world-famous Cupola of St. Peter's
Church, from which a fine view of Rome and surrounding country, as well as of the magnitude of
St. Peter's Basilica, can be obtained.
Go to the picturesque and traditional market of
Campo di Fiori. It is one of the most interesting
places of Old Rome. Visit of the Capitoline Square
and its Museum. The Aracoeli Church was built of
material from the old Forum. On your way back,
you will also see the Tabalarium, the Tarpejan Rock,
the Mamertine Prisons and the Forums of Trajan
and Augustus.
Visit the Quirinal, now Royal Palace, in the morning. In the afternoon, we suggest an excursion to
Frascati. Visit to the Villas Aldobrandini, Fal-
conieri and Torlonia. Proceed to Nemi passing
Rocca di Papa, from which Lake of Castelgandolfo
with the Summer Residence of the Popes can be
seen. After viewing the Lake of Nemi, return to
Rome via the new Appian Way.
Afternoon excursion by train to Ostia, the old
Roman Sea-Port, now a bathing resort where good
swimming can be enjoyed.
Proceed to Florence by rail with conducted party.
In Florence. Sightseeing of the city by private cars
and local guides, with conducted party.
GENERAL INFORMATION
Our Florence Office will give you all information
regarding anything you may want to visit and how
to get there, either by car or horse carriage. They
will also furnish any particulars you may need for
your shopping.
You will, without doubt, wish to become acquainted
with the best shopping streets in Florence. These
are the Lungarno,theVia Tornabuoni, Via dei Fossi,
and Via dei Cerretani. The specialties of Florence
are mosaics, marble sculpture, picture frames,
wood-carving and majolica. There are many shops
of gorgeous Italian linen in Florence, and you will
find that you can purchase linen in this city
more cheaply than in either Rome or Venice.
We suggest that you take tramway No. 7 at Piazza
Savonarola for an excursion to Fiesole. There you
can visit the Cathedral, which is one of the oldest
and simplest examples of the Tuscan Romanesque
style (1028 A. D.). You must then visit the Roman
Theatre and the remains of the Thermae. A little
below this, there is a platform where you see part of
the Etruscan Wall and the Mugnone Valley.
You may visit the Palazzo Medici Riccardi built by
Michelozzo in 1444. Here Lorenzo il Magnifico
resided and held his brilliant court. The Convent
of San Marco decorated by Fra Angelico di Fiesole
with frescoes unsurpassed in deep religious feeling.
Visit then the Museo Bardini and the Church of
Santa Maria Novella.
We suggest that you visit the Palazzo Strozzi, the
most outstanding example of the Florentine Palatial
style. The Church of Santa Trinita is of the oldest
Gothic Churches in Italy, with a baroque facade,
Thence you can walk to the Boboli Gardens, which
were laid out in 1550. From there you have a
superb view of Florence, of Churches, palaces—
especially from the Giardino dei Cavalieri, beside
the Fortezza di Belvedere.
A visit is suggested to the National Museum in the
Via del Proconsolo.   This museum is illustrative of
the medieval and modern history of Italian culture
and art, and especially interesting for its Renaissance
bronzes   and   marble   sculptures.     Visit   also  the
Museo Home at Via dei Benci 6, which has a splendid
collection of paintings, drawings and domestic utensils of the 14th century. Thence go to see the Church
of Santa Croce, styled by Byron, "The Pantheon of
Florence, and the Westminster Abbey of Italy."
A whole day is none too much to devote to the exploring of that most amazing of all bridges—the
Ponte Vecchio.    Lined as it is on either side by
shops,   wherein   are   found   the   most   astounding
variety and quantity of articles.    Across the Ponte
Vecchio, take the Via Jacopo, the first turning to the
right, and here at No. 6 you will find the workshop
of Coppini, famous worker in silver.
Take tramway No. 14 to the Certasa del Galluzzo.
This old Carthusian Monastery, which resembles a
medieval    fortress,    is   noteworthy   among   early
Renaissance buildings.
To Venice by rail with conducted party.
Morning sightseeing on  foot with private guide.
Afternoon  sightseeing in private gondolas.
To  Milan   with  conducted   party.     Visit  of  the
Cathedral and the picture "The Last Supper."
Afternoon train to Stresa.
CONTINENTAL CULTURAL TOURS
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FRANCE, ITALY, SWITZERLAND
Thurs. To Montreux with conducted party. Afternoon
visit to Chateau de Chillon.
Fri. In Montreux.    Free for independent action.
Sat.        To Interlaken with conducted party.
Sun. We recommend an afternoon excursion by carriage
visiting Upper Glacier. The drive through the
magnificent valley of the Lutschine, the beauty of
the Village Grindelwald, with the towering mountains behind, and the novelty and wonder of the
Upper Glacier will create an impression never to be
forgotten.
Mon. We suggest an afternoon excursion by auto car along
the south bank of Lake Thun, and up the Kander
Valley to the Blue Lake. Brilliantly colored and perfectly transparent, it lies peacefully among shady
pine woods—a gem amongst Alpine Lakes. From
here, Kandersteg, a first rate summer and winter
sport resort and the famous Oeschinen Lake and the
Kander Falls.
Tues. We recommend a day's excursion by auto car to the
Grimsel Pass and the great Rhone Glacier (7455 ft.).
Passing along the picturesque shores of Lake Brienz,
we reach Meiringen and the great Grimsel Road,
with its wild Alpine surroundings. The famous
Handeck Falls, the Alpine Garden at Gletsch and
the magnificent Rhone Glacier are viewed, the edge
of which is reached at Belvedere on the Furka Pass.
Wed. An afternoon excursion by auto car is suggested to
Adelboden (4450 ft.). At Frutigen in the Kander
Valley, we get a view of the ruins of Tellenburg
Castle with the snow-clad Balmhorn. We drive up
the Engstligen Valley to Adelooden, a famous Alpine
resort.
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\\ e recommend a one day excursion by rail to Jung-
fraujoch (11340 ft.), one of the grandest excursions
in Switzerland. Via Lauterbrunnen, we reach
Wengen and Scheidegg. At this point the remarkable J ungfrau Railway starts, and having passed the
Eiger Glacier, the train winds its way into the very
heart of the mountains to the Eigerwand Station.
Passengers alight here for a few minutes, as an exceptionally fine view is obtainable. Mounting
higher, the train stops at the Eismeer, where an
entirely different panorama is unfolded. Eventually, the Jungfrau is reached; this is the highest
station in Europe, and from this view point, an uninterrupted and impressive survey of the Great
Aletsch Glacier is obtained. Reluctantly we tear
ourselves away and descend via Grindelwald, the
Glacier Village, to Interlaken.
For anyone liking mountaineering, several days can
be spent in excursions of all sorts.
We suggest cold luncheons to be taken from the
hotel.     Then you are free to roam all the day long
up the mountain  slopes,  enjoying good exercise,
wonderful scenery and the pure air of altitude.
By train to Lucerne with conducted party.
Boat trip to Vitznau and ascent of Rigi Kulm.
In Lucerne.   Free for independent action.
To Paris with conducted party.
In Paris.    Free for independent action.
To Cherbourg and sail.
Arrive Quebec.
A WONDERFUL VACATION YOU WILL NEVER FORGET
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$295
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July 6
VISIT PARIS THIS SUMMER
ON A GUILD TOUR
Tues.     Sail from Quebec.
Tues.     Arrive Cherbourg.    By rail with conducted party
through beautiftil Normandy to Paris.
Wed.      Sightseeing tour by motor giving a general idea of
Paris and its principal points of interest.
Thurs. Excursion to Versailles and Malmaison by motor
with conductf^-p-",;*^,-
GENERAL NOTES ON PARIS
Our Head Office for the whole of Europe, The Guild
Travel Bureau, will be glad to give you any information or particulars concerning anything you may
want to visit, and how to get there, either by bus,
street car or subway. Paris taxi-cabs are very cheap
indeed and most people prefer them to busses and
subways.
Our Paris Office will also tell you all about theatres
and places of amusement that you should see while
in Paris. Therefore, we shall only mention below
a few of the many places you can visit during your
stay there.
Fri. Morning.     The principal shopping center in Paris
lies around the Opera Square. You will find,
north of the Opera itself, some of the largest department stores in Paris such as the "Printemps" and
"Galleries Lafayette." Facing the Opera Square,
the Avenue de 1'Opera for general shopping, the
Rue de la Paix for high grade dressmakers, the'
Rue Royale for jewelry and diamonds. Lower south
is the Rue de Rivoli with its well known arcades.
Its numerous shops and stores will sell you anything
you might require.
Afternoon. We would suggest a visit of two hours
to the Louvre Museum. This Picture Gallery,
one of the largest in the world, is too important to be
visited in one day. We suggest short visits on different days of two hours each time.
Sat. A walk through the Luxembourg Gardens, on the
other side of the river Seine, will show you the
Luxembourg Palace, former residence of Queen
Catherine of Medicis and now used for the French
Senate. Next to the Palace, the Luxembourg
Museum of Arts is devoted exclusively to the works
of contemporary artists.
A few minutes walk will take you to the Sorbonne
Church and Schools, Headquarters of the Paris
Universities and center of the Latin Quarter.
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Sun. We suggest a days excursion to Fontainebleau by
bus, visiting Barbizon on the way, then through the
well known forest to the Palace of Fontainebleau.
Visit of the famous Royal Summer Residence, second
in interest only to Versailles.
Mon. A visit should be made by taxi to the Bois de
Boulogne. Horseback riding or boating amid
wonderful scenery is a very pleasant pastime on a
summer's day. In the Bois de Boulogne, you will
also find the Jardin d'Acclimatation, one of the
4        Paris Zoological Gardens and an amusement park.
Tues. Visit to the Cluny Museum, a jewel of Gothic
architecture built in the 15th century. It contains
a varied collection of ancient arts and crafts. Adjoining the building, you will find one of the oldest
Roman ruins in Paris.
Wed. Visit to the Musee Carnavalet, full of souvenirs
more specially pertaining to the French Revolution.
A few minutes' walk from this museum you will find
Victor Hugo's house which can be visited.
Thurs. Visit to the "Conciergerie" in the Palais dejustice
and Lawcourts. The old prison where Marie
Antoinette was detained before her execution. The
old cell where she spent her last days can still be
seen.    The most dramatic page of French History.
Fri. The "Jardin des Plantes" with its collections of
trees, animals, etc. and its museum full of skeletons
and fossils is well worth visiting.
Sat The Jacquemart Museum contains a priceless and
artistic collection of the 18th century.
Sun. We suggest a day's excursion to Chantilly by train
or bus.   Visit to the famous Chateau.
Mon. Excursion to the Battlefields visiting Belleau Wood
Cemetery, Chateau Thierry and Rheims. Back to
Paris via Bery-au-Bac, Hill 108, Soissons, Chemin-
des-Dames, Compiegnes and Senlis.
Tues. In the morning, drop in the Louvre Picture Galleries
and see more masterpieces.
Afternoon, ascent of the world-famous Eiffel Tower,
the highest structure in the world, from which a
wonderful view of Paris is obtained.
Wed. Visit to the porcelain and china manufactories of
Sevres (State Factory). The little town of Sevres
can be reached either by train or river steamer.
Thurs.   Boat-train to Cherbourg and sail.
Thurs.    Arrive Quebec or Montreal.
WHAT THE COST OF GUILD CULTURAL TOURS INCLUDES
The cost of Cultural Tours, as given in this circular, includes
all necessary traveling and living expenses, as follows:
1. Round trip ocean passage, Tourist Third Cabin.
2. European transportation as per itinerary: Channel, lake
and river steamers, first class passage.
Continental railways, second class accommodations.
English railways, third class accommodations.
3. Accommodations at good hotels; room without bath.
No tips are necessary to hotel employees for standard service.
4. Usual meals according to the custom of the country, from
time of sailing until return landing at Quebec or Montreal.
5. General sightseeing programs and motor trips while
traveling with conducted party, as specified in the itinerary.
6. Services of a courier while traveling from city to city;
who attends to all travel and baggage matters.
7. All fees and gratuities while traveling, for standard hotel
services, and for sightseeing provided as per paragraph 5 of
these conditions.
8. Transportation of one suitcase not larger than 26x15xU
inches.    In addition an over-night bag may be taken with^
understanding that it is to be cared for by the owners^_
Guild will care for an overnight bag from London to f^m?
a fee of $3.   Longer journeys at proportionate rates.
9. Transfers between railway stations or piers and hotels
in Europe.
10. Free railroad transportation between Montreal and
Quebec, if steamship sailing is from or to Quebec.
11. Free trip to Niagara Falls, as per conditions described
on this page.
What the Cost Does Not Include
1. Passport and visa expenses. We furnish complete instructions and secure visaes at actual cost.
2. U. S. Government revenue tax of $5 on eastbound
tickets.
3. Cherbourg embarkation or debarkation taxes.
4. Gratuities to stewards on ocean steamers or rental of
deck chairs and rugs.
5. Purely personal expenses such as laundry, baths, beverages, individual sight-seeing trips and entertainment, theater
tickets, etc.
6. Railroad fare to and from Montreal, or hotel accommodations there. (If sailing is from or to Quebec, free rail transportation is furnished between Montreal and Quebec.)
7. Personal sightseeing and excursions as suggested in itineraries.
A Free Trip to Niagara Falls
Art Crafts Guild Collegiate Tour members holding Canadian
Pacific rail transportation reading through Detroit and Toronto
to Montreal have an opportunity to make a trip from Toronto
to Niagara Falls and return without additional cost. Apply to
the Canadian Pacific ticket agent at Toronto to obtain stopover privilege and this free trip to Niagara Falls.
Refunds
These cultural tours have been specially prepared in order to
give our clients an opportunity to visit Europe very thoroughly
and at an extremely low cost. However, in order to avail themselves of these advantages, it is essential that they remain in
Europe the length of time as provided in the itineraries, and
that they do not exceed the amount of travel as specified. No
refunds will be made for absences or deviations from the tour
of less than two days' duration, and refunds will be based on
cost of total services not rendered, and not on any average
per diem basis.
Applications for membership in Guild Cultural Tours are
subject to the general conditions of membership as set forth
in our Handbook for Guild Travelers, which you will receive
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for outside rooms, but early reservations insure preferred
space. Prices and sailing dates on tours shown in this
folder are subject to change without notice.
A deposit of $25 should accompany application for membership, balance to be paid four weeks before sailing. The
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Seel Europe   by   Complete   Tours   Carefully   Arrange
Picturesque Ruins of Romantic Bingen-on-the-Rhine
England
London,
Windsor,
Oxford,
Kenilworth,
Warwick,
Stratford,
Chester,
Leamington,
English Lakes,
Windermere,
York,
Wales
Denbigh
Corwen
Rhyl
Wrexham
Ruabon
Llangollen
Scotland
vyr
Glasgow
Trossachs
Edinburgh
Melrose
Scott Country
Ireland
Dublin
Belfast
Giant's Causeway
Portrush
Holland
The Hague
Amsterdam
Marken
Volendam
Monnickedam
Ostend
Belgium
Bruges
Brussels
Waterloo
Ypres
Somme
"Big Bertha"
Sightseeing Programmes
Dublin—Government Buildings and
Museum, National Gallery, Botanical
Gardens, Phoenix Park, Vice Regal
Lodge, Zoological Gardens, St. Patrick
and Christ Church Cathedrals.
Belfast—Castle, Parliament House, Belle-
vue, Cave Hill, Stormont Castle,
Giant's Causeway.
Ayr—Cottage, Museum, Brig o' Doon,
Alloway Church, Memorial and Tarn-
mer Shanter Inn.
Glasgow—University.
Edinburgh—Princes St. Castle, St. Giles,
John Knox's house. Grey Friars
Church Yard, Covenanters Prison,
Calton Hill, National Gallery, Parliament House, Holyrood Palace.
Melrose—Dryburgh,  Abbotsford.
Keswick—Rydal Water, Grasmere, Der-
wentwater, Windermere, Dove Cotage,
St. Oswald's Church and Ambelside.
Chester—Walls, Museum, Bishop Lloyd's
Palace, Cathedral, St. John's Church,
Rows.
York—Cathedral, 14th century City
Walls, Abbey Ruins,  York Castle.
Stratford-on-Avon — The Birthplace,
Anne Hathaway, Memorial Theatre,
Warwick Castle, Kenilworth, Guy's
Cliffe.
Oxford—Magdalen, Christ Church, New,
Worcester, Trinity Colleges, Sheldon-
ian Theatre, Bodleian Library.
London—Tower of London, Houses of
Parliament, St. Paul's, Crypt, etc.,
Westminster, Henry VIII's Chapel,
Cloisters,  etc.,  Museums.
Windsor — Castle, State Apartments,
Queen's Doll House, Chapels, Round
Tower,  Eton College,  Stoke  Poges.
Hampton—Runnymede, Staines, Courts
and  Gardens at  Hampton.
Ostend — Battlefields, Dixmude forts,
Ypres, St. Julian, Menin Gate, Boes-
singhe, Mooers, Passchendale Ridge.
Bruges—Cathedral, Town Hall.
Brussels—Tir Nationale, Wiertz Museum,
Palais de Justice, Unknown Soldier's
Grave, Royal Palaces, Parliament
Buildings, Guildhall, Forest of Soignes,
Waterloo,  Museum and the Mound.
General Information
REGISTRATION
Reservations will be made in the order of receipt of applications and rooms allocated accordingly. A deposit of
$25 payable at par with each application for membership and the balance one month before sailing. If notified prior to
June 1st, the Directorate will release reservations should circumstances arise making it impossible for reservations to be
used and refund all passage money paid. The Directorate reserves the right if necessary to cancel any tour advertised
herein prior to June 1st. In such case all members thereof will be notified and reimbursement made. There will,
however, be no refund for lost rail or steamer tickets or other  vouchers  connected  with  the  registration.
PASSPORTS
Every member must carry a passport and these should be secured early on the official forms supplied from the
Department of External Affairs, Ottawa. The Directorate of the Colling Tours will be pleased to supply these at
registration.
WHAT COST INCLUDES
Return tickets from Montreal to Montreal. All expense costs in comfortable hotels, reserved trains and first-class
channel boats enroute while a member on the scheduled itinerary. Meals throughout in accordance with the customs
of the country. Sightseeing tours per itineraries, including gratuities, to all specified points of interest while being
conducted. Gratuities to all station staffs. The services of competent couriers throughout the itineraries. The transportation   of   one   suitcase   or   valise    (26x"l5"x9"   approximately).     All European Government taxes.
WHAT COST DOES NOT INCLUDE
Passport and visa expenses, gratuities on Atlantic boats, purely personal expenses as laundry, baths, bottled water
or anything not shown on the regular party menus in horels or ordered by the tour director. Deck chairs and rugs
(sufficient of these will be reserved for each party and payment made to the tour director on the boat). Diner or
Pullman service on trains between Montreal and Quebec.
EMERGENT CHARGES
Unforeseen changes in steamship sailings as announced may necessitate lengthening or curtailing itineraries.
In such cases the increased rate must be met by the patron while the decreased rate will be refunded by the Colling
Overseas Tours. It is understood that when such unexpe :ted emergencies do arise making advisable changes in
schedules and routes the Colling Overseas Tours are given the authority to effect the same to the advantage of the
party.
RESPONSIBILITY
The Colling Overseas Tours in handling these tours act solely in the capacity of agents for common carriers and
are relieved of liability by loss, accident or detention to the passenger or passenger's baggage under any circumstances
whatever. The carriage of passenger and baggage being covered under law towards companies, proprietors or operators  of  vehicles.     We  can,  however,  arrange  for adequate  personal accident and baggage insurance at very low rates.
We accept no responsibility for delays, accidents or o'her factors which are beyond the management's control and
incurring   an   unexpected   additional   expense.
ENFORCED CANCELLATION OF TOURS
When a member of a tour in progress is compelled by personal illness or other unavoidable causes to withdraw
from the touring party a refund will be made amounting to the actual saving effected through the member's withdrawal if over two consecutive days' duration. No refunds will be made for occasional sightseeing trips, accommodations or meals unused. The right is reserved by the directDrate to cancel the membership of any member detrimental
to the pleasure and comfort of the whole group.
To Travel is to Know
Sightseeing Programmes
The Hague—The Peace Palace, House in
the Woods, Scheveningen Ryks
Museum,  Zoological  Gardens.
Amsterdam—Haarlem, Leyden, Volendam and Island of Marken, Monnickedam.
Cologne—Cathedral.
Heidelberg—Colleges, The Schloss.
Wiesbaden—Germany's famous health
resort and a place of beauty.
Lucerne—The Rigi, by funicular, City,
Bridge, The Lion, William Tell's
Castle.
Interlaken — Grindelwald Glacier,
Jungfrau.
Montreux—Castle of Chillon. Chamonix,
famous Swiss resort at foot Mt. Blanc.
Milan—Cathedral, Crypt, Church of
Santa Maria for Leonardo de Vinci's
"The Last Supper".
Florence — Cathedral, Giotto Towers,
Duomo, Baptistry, Medici Chapel,
Dante's House, Santa Croce, Palazza
Vecchio, Loggia di Lanzi, Uffizi, Pitti,
Spirito Church of Carmine, Viali die
Colli, Square of Michael Angelo.
Venice—St. Marks Treasury, Sacristy,
Doges Palace, Prisons, Bridge of Sighs,
Armoury, Church of the Salute, Frari
Church, City of the Dead.
Rome—St. Peter's, Victor Immanuel II.
Monument, Forum, Colossium, Pantheon, etc., Appian Way, Sixtine
Chapel, Vatican Library.
The Rivieras—Genoa, the Garden of
Palms—Mentone, Cannes—the centres
of   French   aristocracy.
Nice—Grand Corniche, Monte Carlo.
The famous motor trip of the Route des
Alps—three days of mountain
grandeur.
Paris—Notre Dame, Hotel des Invalides,
Grand Boulevardes, Champs des
Elysees, Arc de TriompKe, Madeline
Concord, Bourse, Grand Palais, Eiffel,
Trocadero, Saint Chapelle, Pantheon,
The Louvre, Versailles, Malmaison.
The Battlefields of the Somme,
Amiens and Albert—a new and perfect route.
Germany
Italy
Cologne
Rhine
Coblence
Bingen
Wiesbaden
Heidelberg
Munich
Oberammergau
Innsbruck
Switzerland
Lucerne
Mt. Rigi
Interlaken
Grindelwald
Montreux
Castle of Chillon
Brunig Pass
Chamonix
Mont Blanc
Rivieras
Pisa
Genoa
Palmgroves
Mentone
Monte Carlo
Nice
The Blue Mediterranean
Dolomites
Verona
Venice
Milan
Florence
Rome
Genoa
Italian Lakes
France
Paris
Nice
Monte Carlo
"Route des Alps"
Grand Corniche
Normandy
Cherbourg
Heidelberg.   Germany Notre  Dame,   Paris
Excellence
The Canadian Pacific "Empress
of Scotland", "Empress of Australia", "Empress of France",
Duchess of Atholl", "Duchess of
Richmond", "Duchess of Bedford",
"Metagama", "Melita", "Montcalm".
These include the largest Atlantic
boats of the Northern Route to
Europe. Accommodation is reserved
on the highest decks for Tourist or
Cabin.
Wcrwick   Castle
THE REWARD OF SERVICE
"I feel satisfied that we had
the best trip that anyone could
expect. We appreciate the
travel pleasures enjoyed with
the party and take much
pleasure in recommending
your trips to others for travel."
W.B.
(Name on file at head office)
Dependable
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The Popular 1930 Itineraries
Reliable
After years of successful tour promotion it is
a pleasure for the Colling Overseas Tours to offer to
the travelling public these most complete and
economical holiday programmes. Each itinerary has
been personally travelled by our organizers and a
sucessful tour is assured.
THE EXCEL TOURS
Two Major Sailings
ENGLAND, WALES, BELGIUM, HOLLAND, GERMANY,
SWITZERLAND, ITALY, FRANCE
JUNE 20
Atholl"
'Duchess of
June 27
28
29
30
JULY 4
"Duchess of
Bedford"      From Montreal
Points of Visit
July
l
2
3
4
5-9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30-Aug. 1
2
9
"Empress of
Australia"
July   11 Due to arrive at Liverpool. Proceed to Chester.
12 All day sightseeing at Chester and in Wales.
13 Free Sunday.
14 Train and motors to Keswick at Derwentwater.
15 Motor tour of English Lakes.  Train to York.
16 Sightseeing at York. Train to Leamington Spa.
17 Shakespeareland by motors.
18 To    Oxford,    visit   leading    colleges,    train   to
London.
19-23 At London, two full days of motoring.
24 Train and boat to Ostend.
25 All-day excursion to Battlefields.
26 Train to Brussels with stopover at Bruges.
27 Free Sunday.
28 Sightseeing by motors to all  points of interest.
29 Train  to  La Hague.  Motor  tour  of city.
30 Amsterdam, boat trip to Marken.
31 Train to Cologne.     Visit Cathedral.
Auc.      1 Rhine trip to Wiesbaden.
2 Train  to   Oberammergau.
3 Attend  Passion  Play.
4 Train to Venice via Innsbruck and Verona.
5 Sightseeing and gondola trip.
6 Train  to  Milan,  sightseeing.
7 St.  Gotthard  Route to  Lucerne.
8 Excursion by boat and funicular to Mt. Rigi.
9 Sightseeing at Lucerne, train to Interlaken.
10 All-day excursion to the Grindelwald Glacier.
11 Bernese Oberland to Montreux.
12 Visit Castle of Chillon. Train to Paris.
13-15 At  Paris.  Two  days motor sightseeing.
16 Train to Cherbourg.
23 Due at Quebec.
'Empress of
France"
ALL-EXPENSE TICKET, MONTREAL TO MONTREAL, £693,
TOURIST THIRD CABIN. MINIMUM CABIN ACCOMMODATION £60 EXTRA SINGLE. SOUTHERN ITALIAN EXTENSION AVAILABLE FROM VENICE.
SPECIAL FEATURES
1. Each    party    visits    Oberammergau    and    enjoys    the
entire programme without extra cost.
2. Parties   are   limited   in   numbers  to   25   approximately
and  have  better  service.
3. Only experienced conductors and guides are employed
and the most profitable travel value is obtained.
4. Each party has an official social hostess experienced in
conducting entertainment for the overseas traveller.
5. The wonderful St. Lawrence route—the thousand mile
boulevard of  perfect sailing   (four days only at open sea).
Opportunities
These excellent facilities allow singular advantages for the
member with a limited holiday. Partial tours with the privileges
of the main tours may be taken either in Great Britain or the
Continent from a minimum of £260 up, including return Tourist
Third Cabin.    All ocean tickets are valid one year.
Specimen Partial Tour
LONDON, HOLLAND, BELGIUM, GERMANY,
SWITZERLAND. FRANCE
ALL-EXPENSE COST #535
July  2-9—"Empress of Australia" to Southampton, train to London.
9-16—At   London.      Three    days    motor    sightseeing    including
Shakespeareland, Oxford, Leamington, Windsor, Hampton.
16-Aug.  2—Same itinerary as Special Tours above.
Aug.   2-9—"Empress  of Australia"  to  Quebec,  train to  Montreal.
Similar Tours of Great Britain or Italy and the Rivieras available
Your Week in London or Paris Arranged to Give the Best Holiday.
Personal Experience Makes This Possible.
THE GRA^D TOURS
Three Major Sailings
ENGLAND, WALES, IRELAND, SCOTLAND, BELGIUM, GERMANY, ITALY,
SWITZERLAND, FRANCE
JUNE 18
JULY 2
JULY 3
QUEBEC
QUEBEC
MONTREAL
Empress of
"Empress of
"Metagama"
Scotland"
"Australia"
Cabin  Party
June 25
July 19
July 11
26
10
12
27
11
13
28
12
14
29
13
30
14
15
July    1
15
16
2
16
17
3
17
18
4
18
19
5
19
20
6
20
7
21
21
8
22
22
9
23
23
10-13
24-27
24-27
14
28
28
15
29
29
16
31
Aug.
5
6-8
9
16
30
14
15
16
17
18
19-21
22
30
30
17
31
31
18
Aug.    1
Aug.    1
19
2
2
20
3
3
21
4
4
22
5
5
li
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?    7
24
7
25
8
1      8
26-28
9-11
9-11
29
12
12
30
13
13
14
15
16
17
I
18
19-21
"Empress of Scotland"
'Montcaln:
22
30
Points of Visit
Due at Southampton—Proceed to Oxford.
Visit Colleges with guides—to Leamington
Spa.
Shakespeareland by motors.     To Chester.
Motors and walking tour of Chester. Night
boat to Dublin.
Free Sunday.
Sightseeing in Dublin.     Train to  Belfast.
Sightseeing in Belfast.     Free half-day.
Motors to Giant's Causeway.
Boat and train to Ayr, motors and train to
Glasgow.
Trossachs to Edinburgh
Sightseeing in Edinburgh, half-day motors
Free day in Edinburgh.
Train to Melrose. Motors to Dryburgh and
Abbotsford, to Keswick.
Motor tour of English Lakes.    To York.
Visit Cathedral.    Train to London.
At London.    Two days motoring.
Train and boat to Ostend.
Motor tour through Battlefields. Ypres, St.
Julien, Hell Fire Corner, Moers Big
Gun,  etc.   Evening  train  for  Brussels.
Half-day sightseeing in Brussels, visiting all
points of interest.
Morning free. Afternoon train to Cologne.
Rhine  trip  to  Wiesbaden  via  Coblence.
Afternoon train to Oberammergau.
Attend Passion Play all day.
Train to Venice by Verona and Dolomites.
Sightseeing and gondola tour  of city.
Free in Venice.     Late train to  Florence.
Sightseeing tour by motors and by walking.
Free in Florence.    Noon train to Rome.
Two full days sightseeing in Rome, visiting
all points of interest, ancient and
modern, one free day.
Noon train for Genoa by Pisa. Visits
Columbus House,  etc.
*Train to Milan, visit Cathedral and the
"Last Supper" masterpiece, or Train to
Nice by French Riviera, Mentone. Free
half-day.
*Train to Como, boat to Stressa by Bellagio,
Porlezzio, Menaggio, Lugano, or Motor
coach over Grand Corniche to Monte
Carlo, etc. Leave in afternoon by
motor coach over "Route des Alps" to
Beauwezer.
*Simplon Route—longest tunnel of the Alps
—to Interlaken, or Continued motor
coach excursion through Alps to
Brinacon.
*A11 day train and coach to Grindelwald
Glacier. Visit the Ice Caves, or Continued famous motor trip "Route des
Alps" to Chamonix, sightseeing and
mountain climbing at Switzerland's
famous resort.
*Bernese Oberland to Montreux, or Free
morning at Chamonix. Early afternoon
coach to Eviana and boat on Lake
Leman to Montreux.
Free day at Montreux, the prettiest spot in
Switzerland.
Visit Castle of Chillon. Noon train to Paris.
At Paris. Two full days motoring and visiting points of interest, Paris and
Versailles.
Train  to  Cherbourg.
Due at Quebec.
NOTE:—* Members of the Grand Tours have the option of taking either the famous motor trip, "The Route
des Alps," or the Italian Lakes Route and the pjicturesque mountain route of the Central Alps. The
selection must be decided when booking.
ALL-EXPENSE TICKET, MONTREAL TO MONTREAL, £795 TOURIST THIRD CABIN.
MINIMUM CABIN ACCOMMODATION DN METAGAMA AND MONTCALM IS £60
EXTRA, SINGLE. |
All travel facilities of the Colling Overseas Tours
are in conjunction with the Canadian Pacific Atlantic
Service and with the oldest and best established travel
organizations abroad. Every detail producing comfort,
pleasure and profit has been most carefully prepared.
THE SPECIAL TOURS
Two Major Sailings
SCOTLAND, ENGLAND, HOLLAND, BELGIUM, GERMANY,
SWITZERLAND, FRANCE
JUNE 27
"Duchess of
Richmond"
July    4
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13-16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29-Aug.    1
2
9
"Empress of
Australia"
JULY 2
"Melita"
July    9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18-21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
1
Points of Visit
From Montreal
Due at Glasgow. Proceed to Hotel. (If time
permits motor tour of Burn's Land. This
is not inchided in cost of ticket.)
Trossachs tour by Inversnaid and Aberfoyle,
motors, coach, steamer.
Half day sightseeing Edinburgh by motor.
Motor coach tour of Scott Country, Melrose,
Dryburgh,    Abbotsford   included.
Free Sunday,  late train to Keswick.
Motors and steamer trip of English Lakes.
Train to Chester.
Half day sightseeing Chester. Train to Leamington Spa.
Shakespeareland,  motor trip.  At Leamington.
To Oxford, Colleges.     To London.
Two days motor city and Windsor and Hampton. Night boats of 16th and 21st to the
Hook of Holland.
Motor tour La Hague  (visits).
Train to Amsterdam, Isle of Marken trip. Return to La Hague by motors.
Trai j to Brussels and half-day sightseeing with
Aug.
2
3
4
5-8
9
16
'Empress of
Scotland"
motors.
Mor ting free.    Noon train to Cologne.
Rhin; trip to Wiesbaden.
Free!Sunday at Wiesbaden.
Train to Heidelberg, visit Colleges, etc. Sightseeing tour by motors.
Train to Oberammergau.
Attend Passion Play.
To Lucerne.
Excursion   to   Mount   Rigi   by   funicular.
Train to Interlaken by Brunig Pass.
Morning, funicular to Harderkulm.
Train to Montreux by Bernese Oberland Route.
Visit Castle  of Chillon,  Montreux  to  Paris.
At Paris. Two days motring City and Versailles
and one day to the Battlefields from Paris.
To Cherbourg.
Due at Quebec.
ALL-EXPENSE TICKET, MONTREAL TO MONTREAL, £650,
TOURIST THIRD CABIN. MINIMUM CABIN ACCOMMDA-
TION IS £60 EXTRA SINGLE.
St.   Peters.   Rom*
Selective
Each touring party is in charge of
a leader who has personally had
European travel experience. There
is a capable social hostess and
director accompanying. Hotels are
superior ones but at a reasonable
cost. Trains, boats and coaches are
reserved enroute. The extensive
motoring gives a perfect tour of
Europe.
Marken, Holland
THE REWARD OF SERVICE
"I am fit for anything now
—very different from when I
left in June. I just wish I
could go every year. Everyone
wants to hear about it."
M.E.L.
(Name  on file at head office)
The Passion; Plays
These plays are known throughout the world for their
almost unbelievable perfection in staging, music, costumes
and singing. They are non-sectarian and may be enjoyed
by all. Only inhabitants of the Village of Oberammergau
are members and the play consists of eighteen acts with
over 500 performers.    Official programmes as follows:—
July
Aug.
>, 6,    9,  13J 16, 20, 23, 27,
30
SPECIAL FEATURES
1. Hotels: At each point enroute the best grade is utilized
and it is a pleasure to enter and rest at such.
2. Ocean travel may be either Cabin or Tourist Third
Cabin  on any sailing.
3. The Colling Tours through their high educational
standing obtain many worth-while tour privileges not gained on
ordinary trips.
4. A Colling party must be first always—our slogan while
travelling on land or sea.
5. The personally conducted touring party benefits by
the  hospitality and travel  experience of its  leaders only.
3, 6,  10,  13; 17, 20, 24, 27, 31
Every Hotel a Home Abroad VtffcjSSSS
Your Trip
ation.
London—Russell.
Paris—Palais d'Orsay
Rome—Flora.
Brussels—Grand.
Leamington Spa—Regent.
Chester—Blossoms.
Edinburgh-—Royal.
Ostend—Helvetia.
La Hague-XTerminus.
Wiesbaden-1—Palast.
Montreux—Palace.
Venice—Bauer Grunwald.
Florence—Savoy.
Keswick—Keswick.
Interlaken—Victoria.
Interlaken—Victoria Jungfrau
SPECIAL TEN DAY EXCURSION TO
OBERAMMERGAU, £125
London—Direct train to Oberammergau. Tickets and
accommodations reserved for famous Passion Play performance (one day). Return by direct train to Paris—
with a three-day stopover, and contin.ae to London. Transportation, meals and hotel accomm >dation included, but
no gratuities, or ocean tickets include J on this Excursion.
Bridge of Sighs
YOUR HOLIDAYS WILL BE ARRANGED WITH COURTESY
London The Colling Overseas
Tours,
268 Wright Ave.,
Toronto, Ont*
Service
Hospitality
Success
for
Information and Registration
Or any Agent of the Leading Rail and Steamship Companies. SUN IAN
CRUISES
1934
Minimum
£1
PER DAY
/*•*.
>»an*l
CANADIAN
r* pac -ftiAj   //A^A-/  lifts   ■?£' GENERAL    INFORMATION
DEPOSIT.
25 per cent, of fare—balance payable 14 days before mailing. No refund of any
passage money can be allowed to passengers not completing a Cruise, or any
portion of a Cruise, according to the itinerary
SPECIAL BOAT TRAINS
Will be operated at a convenient hour on day of sailing between London and
port of embarkation, with similar facilities at port of debarkation to London
RAIL TICKETS  AT  REDUCED   RATES.
British Railway Companies now issue " Holiday Return Tickets " available for
one month (with the exception of certain Stations on the Southern Railway) at
a single fare and one third and are obtainable at the Railway Booking Office,
no special voucher being required. For Cruises commencing at one port and
terminating at another, vouchers, entitling passengers to single tickets at three
quarters of the ordinary fare, are issued by all Canadian Pacific Offices. This
Is not applicable to the Southern Railway.
EMBARKATION   NOTICES
Giving full details regarding sailing hour, special train, etc., will be sent to
passengers about three weeks prior to sailing.
BAGGAGE.
No excess charges on the ship.
BAGGAGE INSURANCE.
The Company takes every reasonable care of baggage, but their liability is
limited, and passengers are recommended to fully protect themselves against
possible loss, damage or pilferage by insuring baggage for a sufficient period of
time to cover journey.
Policies covering baggage against risk of transportation and navigation, including
theft and pilferage, can be obtained from any Canadian Pacific Office at following
reasonable rates :—
I month.
s.  d.
3 0
4 5
5 10
Amount.
ount.
14 days.
1 month
s. d.
s.   d.
£50
4   6
7    4
75
6   9
II    0
100
8   9
14    7
14 days.
s.  d.
£20 I   10
30 2   9
40 3    6
No form of application to be completed.
DECK  CHAIRS.
Free.    Rugs can be hired on board at a moderate charge.
SHORE  EXCURSIONS.
A programme of attractive Shore Excursions at the ports visited has been
arranged, and will  be available one month before sailing.
PASSPORTS.
British  passengers making an entire cruise do not require passports.
FACILITIES.
The ss. Montrose, ss. Montclare and ss. Montcalm have every facility
of the modern hotel—Stenographer, Barber, Novelty Shop, etc. Outdoor
Swimming Pool, Deck Games, Orchestra. While the ship is in port meals will
be served as usual. The ships are equipped with long-range radio capable of
maintaining  communication  with  land  at all  times.
LANDING  and   EMBARKING  ARRANGEMENTS.
A service between ship and shore will be maintained at all ports, free of charge,
while  the  ship   is   in   port.
MEDICAL  STAFF.
This includes Surgeon, Trained Nurse and Hospital Attendant.
CLOTHING.
Light clothing will be required ; waterproof or wrap should be kept handy
for use at sundown. Sports clothes and appropriate costumes for the fancy
dress parties which will be given aboard ship, and bathing costumes will be
found useful. Rubber shoes for deck wear ; stout shoes for walking ashore
RELIGIOUS  SERVICE.
Divine Service will  be held on  Sundays,  except when  the ship  is  in port
MASS.
Facilities are available on all cruising ships for the celebration of Mass. PORTS  OF  CALL
ALGIERS DAZZLING white terraces of houses interspersed with luxurious
foliage is the magnificent picture one gets when approaching the
harbour of Algiers, the Paris of North Africa, once the home of notorious pirates and
now the capital of the French colony of Algeria. Do not miss exploring the old Arab
quarter—it is a bit of the really picturesque Orient. There is a fine Casino for
those who are interested.
BARCELONA THIS is the most important seaport and city in the whole
of Spain, " unique in beauty and in situation," as Don
Quixote put it. Since the second century it has always " been in the news," and
to-day this capital of the old province of Catalonia is playing a big part in the new
republic Like most Spanish towns it has two distinct quarters, the old town, with
Its medieval appearance, which will intrigue you, and the new, with spacious boulevards
and avenues of palm trees, which compel admiration. Barcelona has splendid
bathing facilities.
CADIZ,   FOR SEVILLE
WITH gleaming walls rising from an azure sea,
Cadiz well deserves its title of the most beautiful
of all the many lovely cities of Spain.
For so long the gateway of the West alike to Phoenicians and Romans, its importance
and wealth was enhanced by the discoveries of Columbus, for it then became almost
the exclusive entrepot of trade between Southern Europe and America.
Picturesque as it is from the sea, views no less superb may be obtained from any of
the elevated points in the city. Many of the white terraced houses are surmounted
by view towers or " Miradores " open to the sea breezes, from which one may gaze
down on the massive ramparts guarding the delta of the Guadalquiver or upon the
pageantry and colour of the promenades and public gardens.
LADAbLAIlLA A DAY will be spent in Casablanca, where places of
interest in the new and the Moorish towns can be
visited. A special feature of the stay is an interesting trip to Rabat, the beautiful new
town being created by the French out of an old but intensely picturesque Moorish
port at the mouth of the Bu Regreg river.    Good bathing can be obtained at Fedalah.
CEUTA, morocco
'AD SEPTEM FRATRES." So the Romans
called this colony of theirs, from the seven
hills on which it was built. Sun drenched is this coast and from the fort on Monte
Hacho, anciently Abyla, one of the pillars of Hercules, one looks across the Straits to
where looms the mighty fortress rock of Gibraltar, or towards Monte Almina, where
amongst beautiful gardens, ablaze with colour, lies the new town. Nowhere are the
queer contrasts of East and West more acute than in this historic spot. A visit should
be made to Tetuan where the Moorish life and customs of centuries are still in vogue.
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CORUNNA WITH its clean, wide beaches of Riazor, Sante Christina and
Bastigueiro, Corunna is a fine summer resort. Much of interest
and charm is to be seen in the old town. Days of past splendour'are recalled in the
winding streets with their old palaces, homes of the fair senoritas and grandees in the
romantic days of yore. Ancient fanes also have their setting in the old town ; of these
the Churches of Santiago and Santa Barbara and the Collegiate Church are well worth
a visit. In the new town are beautiful squares and gardens with a wealth of tropical
flowers and vegetation ; in the garden of San Carlos is the Mausoleum erected in memory
of Sir John Moore. It was from Corunna that the Celtic king, Breogan, set sail on his
voyage round Ireland, and Celtic tradition claims that the Tower of Hercules was built
by him as a monument to the daring venture.
* * *
OlDI\/VL I /\l\ SINCE the days of the Phoenicians the strategic importance
of Gibraltar as key to the Mediterranean has been recognised
by all sea powers who in turn became mistress of the Rock. It has been 225 years a
British possession. The Moors gave it its name (Gebel el Tarik, i.e., Tank's Mount),
convicts hewed the immense galleries with which it is honeycombed, a mixture of
Spaniards, Maltese and Orientals built up its quaint population, whilst British genius
created the naval harbour and placed a lovely garden, one of the finest south of the
Pyrenees, where the Alameda creeps seawards.
* * *
LISBON PHOENICIANS, Romans, Moors and Crusaders all have played
their part in the making of Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, which,
after many vicissitudes, is to-day one of the most beautiful cities of the world. The
vista from the Castelo de Sao Jorge reveals a city full of grace, colour and light, rising
from the Tagus, terrace upon terrace, on her seven hills. Spacious squares, luxuriant
gardens and magnificent avenues delight the eye. Despite the ravages of the calamitous
earthquake and flood of 1755 many of the antiquities remain to-day. Cintra, immortalised
by Byron and Southey, is easily reached and is well worth a visit. From the Tower of
the ex-King Manoel's summer residence, the Pena Palace, a panoramic view of the
country is obtained. Montserrat Gardens, copiously planted with trees, shrubs and
plants from every part of the world, should also be seen.
Monte Estoril, the Portuguese Riviera, with Casino and good bathing beach, lies within
easy reach of Lisbon on the beautiful bay of Cascaes.
* * *
MADEIRA MADEIRA proper gives its name to this enchanting group of
islands because of its supremacy in size, and is a compendium
of all that is sought and envied in the way of semi-tropical beauty. The town of
Funchal spreads itself out with a wealth of garden colouring at the foot of Terreiro
da Lucta, and this shapely hill of more than 3,000 ft. suns itself serenely in a delicious
atmosphere of Atlantic breezes. From its summit—to be attained by funicular railway
—one obtains a clear horizon of ocean in nearly all directions.
MALAGA        MALAGA   is an   engaging and rapidly growing   resort.    It lies
on a beautiful bay and at the southern end of a barren ridge
which is a southerly offshoot of the high sierras, and which juts out into the sea to
orm the northern arm of the bay. Crowning one of the summits of this ridge, and
directly overlooking the town and the sea, are the significant remains of a Moorish
castle, with characteristic creneliations and towers.
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PORTS OF CALL-contd.
LAS PALMAS
WELL might the ancients call them the " Fortunate Isles."
To approach the Grand Canary over a sea of deepest blue,
from which rises the 6,000 ft. peak of Cumbres, is an unforgettable experience. Soon
the ship will be surrounded with a host of boats and launches filled with vivacious
Spaniards eager to sell lace, canaries, basket work and all manner of fruit and vegetables.
The town, once reached, reveals itself as a lovely Cathedral City, embowered in those
palms from which it takes its name.
PALM A,   BALEARIC  ISLANDS        THE deeply indented coast of Majorca
holds no more charming town nor
safer anchorage than that of Palma. Built in the form of an Amphitheatre, its
enclosing walls pierced by eight gates, it contains a splendid cathedral completed in
1610, and the governor's palace, in stately contrast to the bustle attendant upon the
important trade that is carried on in fruit and shipbuilding.
The delightful surrounding country ranges from fertile plains to the heights of Si I la de
Torellas (5,200 feet) and is rich in mineral springs.
SANTA   CRUZ,   TENERIFFE WE are now treading in Nelson's
footsteps, for it was here in 1797
that he lost his right arm in an unsuccessful attempt to capture the town. Dominated
by its mountain chain, the highest point (the Peak of Teneriffe) looks down on a
venerable Cathedral in more rugged and romantic surroundings than on the other
islands of this group. Above the town lies Laguna. Anywhere here or along the
road to Orotava, the winter resort, may be seen sturdy peasant women, driving
heavily laden little donkeys, or balancing huge baskets on their heads, bringing
produce from the country. An old Spanish atmosphere pervades everywhere, and
time seems to have stood still in this old capita], drowsing in its memories of long ago.
T A N G I E R TO benold Tangier, white and peaceful, with its background
of the grim Atlas Mountains, to see its winding alleys and steep
streets dappled with a sharp contrast of sunshine and shadow, is to be reminded of when,
as part of a Portuguese Princess's dowry, it was given to our Charles II, to the great
perplexity at times of worthy Mr. Pepys.
V IQA IS a beautiful modern city on one of the largest and most picturesque
bays in the world. It possesses fine modern streets with good
shops, and the townsfolks' promenade, the Calle del Principe, should be traversed.
Of historical interest are the old fortifications. On the Monte Santa Tecla are
the ruins of a pre-Roman settlement, and the visitor is rewarded by a marvellous
view of the bay and its surroundings. Canadian pacific sun-tan cmjkb 1954
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MOROCCO j
ITINERARIES
MONTROSE
May 19
13 Days
Minimum   £12
MONTROSE
June 2
13 Days
Minimum  £12
MONTROSE
June 16
13 Days
Minimum  £12
MONTROSE
June 30
13 Days
Minimum  £12
MONTCALM
July 7
10 Days
Minimum £9
MONTCLARE
July 14
13 Days
Minimum  £12
MONTROSE
July 21
13 Days
Minimum £12
MONTROSE
August 4
13 Days
Minimum £13
MONTCLARE
August 4
13 Days
Minimum £13
MONTCLARE
August 18
II  Days
Minimum £11
Port
Arrive
Depart
Hours
in Port
Nautical
Miles
LIVERPOOL
	
7p.m
Sat     May
19
—
—
VIGO
8 a.m
Tues May
22
6 p.m
Tues May
22
10
773
CEUTA
8 a.m
Thur May
24
7 p.m
Thur May
24
II
525
PALMA
8 a.m
Sat    May
26
6 p.m
Sat     May
26
10
450
CADIZ
7 a.m
Mon  May
28
1 1 p.m
Mon  May
28
16
522
LIVERPOOL
8 a.m
Fri     June
1
	
-
1,211
For Fares see Column 3 in Schedule.
LIVERPOOL
MADEIRA
6 am
Thur June
7
6 p.m. Thur June
7
12
1,423
CASABLANCA
6 a.m
Sat    June
9
7 p.m. Sat    June
9
13
472
CADIZ
9 a.m
Sun   June
10
1 a.m. Mon June
II
16
190
VIGO
10 a.m
Tues June
12
6 p.m. Tues June
12
8
463
LIVERPOOL
8 a.m
see
Fri     June
Column
15
3
in Schedule.
773
For Fares
3,321
LIVERPOOL
5.30 p.m. Sat June
16
TANGIER
9 a.m
Wed June
20
3 p.m. Wed June
20
6
1,260
ALGIERS
8 p.m
Thur June
21
Noon Fri     June
22
16
441
BARCELONA
9 a.m
Sat    June
23
Midn't Sat     June
23
15
279
LISBON
8 a.m
Tues June
26
Noon Tues June
26
4
817
LIVERPOOL
8 a.m
Fri     June
29
	
—
56. ■
For Fares see Column 3 in Schedule.
LIVERPOOL
TANGIER
  5.30 p.m. Sat June 30
9 a.m. Wed July     4    6 p.m. Wed July     4
PALMA 8 a.m. Frl     July
CADIZ 8 a.m. Sun   July
LISBON 7 p.m. Mon  July
TILBURY (London) 2 p.m. Fri     July
6 6 p.m. Fri     July
8 I a.m. Mon July
9 4 p.m. Tues July
13 	
For Fares see Column 3  in Schedule.
SOUTHAMPTON 5 p.m. Sat     July
CASABLANCA          8 a.m. Wed July   II 7 p.m. Wed July
CADIZ                          10 a.m. Thur July   12 2 a.m. Fri     July
CORUNNA                 6 a.m. Sun    July   15 6 p.m.Sun    July
SOUTHAMPTON   10 am. Tues July   17
For Fares see Column I in Schedule.
LIVERPOOL
CASABLANCA
GIBRALTAR
ALGIERS
MALAGA
LIVERPOOL
6 a
10 a.
m. Wed July 18
m. Thur July 19
m. Sat    July 21
m. Mon July 23
m. Fri     July 27
5 p.m. Sat     July   14
7 p.m. Wed July   18
8 p.m. Thur July 19
Midn't Sat July 21
4 p.m. Mon  July   23
For Fares see Column 3 in Schedule.
LONDON(Tilbury) 5 p.m.Sat     July   21
MADEIRA 8 a.m. Thur July   26 6 p.m. Thur July   26
TENERIFFE I p.m. Fri     July   27 Midn't Fri     July  27
(Santa Cruz)
LAS PALMAS 8 a.m. Sat     July   28 6 p.m. Sat     July   28
VIGO 10 a.m. Tues July   31 6 p.m. Tues July   31
LONDON(Tilbury)IO a.m. Fri      Aug     3
For Fares see Column 3 in Schedule.
LONDON(Tilbury)
MADEIRA 8 a.m. Thur Aug
LAS PALMAS 3 p.m. Fri     Aug
TENERIFFE
(Santa Cruz)
LISBON
5.30 p
. Sat Aug
9
3 p.m. Fri     Aug   10
8 a.m. Sat    Aug   I I
13
6 p.m. Thur Aug 9
I a.m. Sat Aug I I
4 p.m. Sat    Aug   I I
7 p.m. Mon  Aug
LONDON(Tilbury)ll.30a.m.Fri Aug    17
Tor Fares see Column 4 in Schedule.
Tues Aug   14      18
LIVERPOOL
CEUTA
PALMA
GIBRALTAR
LISBON
LIVERPOOL
8 a.m. Wed Aug
8 a.m. Fri Aug
a.m. Sun Aug
p.m. Mon Aug
a.m. Fri     Aug
8a.r
2p.r
8 a.r
4.30 p.m. Sat Aug 4
6 p.m. Wed Aug 8
7 p.m. Fri Aug 10
3 p.m. Sun Aug 12
Noon Tues Aug 14
For Fares see Column 4 in Schedule.
4.30p.m. Sat Aug 18
8 a.m. Wed Aug   22    5 p.m. Wed Aug 22
Noon Fri     Aug   24  10 p.m. Fri     Aug 24
LISBON Noon Sun    Aug   26    7 p.m. Sun    Aug 26
SOUTHAMPTON   10 a.m. Wed Aug   29
For Fares see Column 2 in Schedule.
LIVERPOOL
CEUTA
MADEIRA
LISBON
9
10
7
3,786
1,260
542
522
248
1,024
3,596
1,166
190
560
5SI
2,467
1,289
190
412
363
1,328
3,582
1.469
248
75
910
806
3,508
1,469
282
75
714
1,024
1.265
450
450
302
989
1,265
611
528
866
3,270
MONTROSE
August 18
13 Days
Minimum £13
MONTROSE
Sept  I
13 Days
Minimum £13
MONTCALM
Sept I
13 Days
Minimum £13
MONTCALM
Sept 15
13 Days
Minimum £12
MONTROSE
Sept 15
13 Days
Minimum £12
Port
LONDON(Tilbury)
CASABLANCA 10 a.r
GIBRALTAR 9 a.r
PALMA
LISBON
Arrive
Depart
  5 p.m. Sat    Aug   18
. Wed Aug  22 7 p.m. Wed Aug   22
Thur Aug   23 6 p.m. Thur Aug   23
8 a.m. Sat    Aug   25 5 p.m. Sat    Aug   25
9 p.m. Mon  Aug   27 I p.m. Tues Aug   28
LONDON(Tilbury)l0a.m. Fri     Aug   31 	
For Fares see Column 4 in Schedule.
LONDON(Tilbury) 4 p.m. Sat     Sept I
CEUTA                         10 a.m. Wed Sept    5 6 p.m. Wed Sept 5
BARCELONA             8 a.m. Fri     Sept    7 I a.m. Sat     Sept 8
PALMA                           Noon Sat     Sept    8 7 p.m. Sat    Sept 8
VIGO                               2 p.m. Tues Sept  II 9 p.m. Tues Sept II
LONDON(Tilbury)! 1.30a.m.FriSept   14 	
For Fares see Column 4 in Schedule.
LIVERPOOL                                4.30p.m.Sat Sept     I
CADIZ 6 a.m. Wed Sept 5    2 a.m. Thur Sept    6
GIBRALTAR 10 a.m. Thur Sept 6    4 p.m. Thur Sept    6
MADEIRA 10 a.m. Sat    Sept 8    8 p.m. Sat    Sept    8
LISBON I p.m.Mon  Sept 10    I p.m. Tues Sept   II
LIVERPOOL 8 a.m. Fri     Sept   14                  	
For Fares see Column 4 in Schedule.
LIVERPOOL 4.30p.m.Sat Sept   15
TANGIER 7 a.m. Wed Sept 19 5.30 p.m. Wed Sept 19
BARCELONA 8 a.m. Fri     Sept 21    6 p.m. Fri     Sept 21
PALMA 8 a.m. Sat    Sept 22    5 p.m. Sat    Sept 22
VIGO Noon Tues Sept 25    6 p.m. Tues Sept 25
LIVERPOOL 8 a.m. Fri     Sept 28 	
For Fares see Column 3 in Schedule.
LONDON(Tilbury) 5.30 p.m. Sat Sept IS
CADIZ 8 a.m. Wed Sept 19 Midn't Wed Sept 19
PALMA Noon Fri Sept 21 7 p.m. Fri Sept 21
BARCELONA 8 a.m. Sat Sept 22 Midn't Sat Sept 22
TANGIER 2 p.m. Mon Sept 24 7 p.m. Mon Sept 24
LONDON(Tilbury)l 1.30a.m.FriSept 28 	
For Fares see Column 3 in Schedule.
LIVERPOOL
MONTCLARE   Gibraltar
Sept   22 ALGIERS
13 Days
Minimum £12
PALMA
TANGIER
LIVERPOOL
  7 p.m. Sat    Sept 22
9 a.m. Wed Sept 26 4 p.m. Wed Sept 26
8 p.m. Thur Sept 27 5 p.m. Fri     Sept 28
8 a.m. Sat     Sept 29 7 p.m. Sat     Sept 29
8 a.m. Mon Oct      I 6 p.m. Mon  Oct      I
10 a.m. Fri     Oct     5 	
For  Fares see Column 3 in Schedule.
LIVERPOOL
4 p.m. Sat     Sept 29
MONTCALM   ceuta
Sept 29 palma
13 Days
Minimum £12
8 a.m. Wed Oct 3 6 p.m. Wed Oct
8 a.m. Fri     Oct 5 6 p.m. Fri     Oct
8 a.m. Sat    Oct 6 2 a.m. Sun   Oct
2 p.m. Mon  Oct 8 7 p.m. Mon Oct
LIVERPOOL              10 a.m. Fri     Oct 12                  	
For Fares see Column 3 in Schedule.
BARCELONA
GIBRALTAR
MONTROSE
Sept 29
9 Days
Minimum £9
LONDON(Tilbury) 4 p.m. Sat     Sept 29
CASABLANCA 10 a.m. Wed Oct 3    7 p.m. Wed Oct     3
GIBRALTAR Noon Thur Oct 4    6 p.m. Thur Oct     4
CORUNNA 2p.m.Sat    Oct 6    7 p.m. Sat     Oct     6
SOUTHAMPTON   10 a.m. Mon  Oct 8 	
For Fares see Column 1   in Schedule.
LIVERPOOL
MONTCLARE   ceuta
Oct   6 PALMA
13  Days Barcelona
Minimum £12     Tangier
  7 p.m. Sac     Oct 6
9 a.m. Wed Oct 10 6 p.m. Wed Oct 10
8 a.m. Fri     Oct 12 6 p.m. Fri     Oct 12
8 a.m. Sat     Oct 13 Midn'tSat     Oct 13
2 p.m. Mon   Oct 15 7 p.m. Mon   Oct 15
10 a.m. Fri     Oct 19 .	
LIVERPOOL
For Fares see Column 3 in Schedule.
Hours
in Port
Nautical
Miles
9
1,324
9
190
9
450
16
752
-
1,024
8
1,305
7
515
7
133
7
970
806
20
1,211
6
72
10
611
24
528
-
989
0,
1,260
0
544
9
133
6
970
773
16
1,246
7
522
16
133
5
544
-
1,290
1.265
412
166
479
1,260
3,582
1,324
190
614
551
2.679
1,265
450
133
544
1,260
3,652
REVISED     FARES
S^fer"
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Capacity
Adults.
Montcalm
July 7th
10 days.
Montrose
Sep. 29th
9 days.
©
2 Persons
2 Persons
2 Persons
2 Persons
3 Persons
3 Persons
3 Persons
f2 Persons
2 Persons
2 Persons
2 Persons
2 Persons
2 Persons
2 Persons
3 Persons
3 Persons
3 Persons
3 Persons
3 Persons
3 Persons
3 Persons
3 Persons
2 Persons
2 Persons
•2 Persons
£
17
13
13
17
12
13
12
22
13
13
17
13
13
17
17
17
16
16
27
•2 Person
27
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
20
2 Persons
20
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
20
2 Persons
20
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
20
2 Persons
20
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
20
2 Persons
20
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
20
2 Persons
20
4 Persons
13
4 Persons
13
4 Persons
15
4 Persons
15
4 Persons
13
4 Persons
13
4 Persons
IS
4 Persons
15
4 Persons
13
4 Persons
13
4 Persons
IS
4 Persons
15
4 Persons
13
4 Persons
13
4 Persons
15
4 Persons
15
2 Persons
18
4 Persons
13
4 Persons
15
4 Persons
15
3 Persons
14
3 Persons
14
3 Persons
17
3 Persons
17
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
•2 Persons
27
•2 Persons
27
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
20
2 Persons
20
3 Persons
14
3 Persons
14
3 Persons
17
3 Persons
17
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
20
2 Persons
20
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
*2 Persons
27
2 Persons
20
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
16
2 Persons
20
2 Persons
20
2 Persons
16
3 Persons
14
'2 Persons
27
3 Persons
17
2 Persons
16
3 Persons
14
3 Persons
17
2 Persons
20
3 Persons
17
3 Persons
17
Mont-
clare
Aug.18th
11 days.
May 19th
to
July 2lst
and
Sept. ISth
to
Oct. 6th.
13 days.
®
£
18
14
14
13
23
17
17
17
21
21
17
17
21
21
17
17
17
17
21
21
21
21
14
14
16
16
21
15
15
17
17
28
17
21
21
17
15
23
17
15
18
21
£
20
16
16
20
15
16
15
16
16
20
16
16
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
19
19
30
19
19
23
23
19
19
23
23
19
19
23
23
19
19
19
19
23
23
23
23
16
16
18
18
16
16
18
18
16
16
18
18
16
16
18
17
17
20
20
19
19
19
23
23
20
20
19
19
19
19
23
23
19
19
19
30
23
23
19
17
30
17
20
23
20
20
•Three in room without bath, £17 \Q .n .  . ,
i without bath, £13 j-'-10^)" <
fThree in room v
•Three in room *
tThree in room \
ithout bath, £18 '
ithout bath, £14
I days' Cruise.
•Three in room \
tThree in room <
'ithout bath, £20 \ 13 days'
ithout bath, £16 /Cruise.
Aug. 4th
to
Sept. 1st.
13 days.
®
£
20
16
16
20
15
16
15
25
16
20
20
20
20
20
17
17
20
20
19
19
30
19
23
23
19
19
19
19
23
23
19
19
19
19
23
23
19
19
19
19
23
23
19
19
19
19
23
23
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CANADIAN  PACIFIC
-.-
February  I,  1934.
LARGE  OUTDOOR   SWIMMING   POOL m
PASSENGER     OFFICES
fAntwerp
tBasle
-Belfast
fBergen
{Berlin
{Berne
{Birmingham
Bristol
{Brussels
^Bucharest
Budapest
{Cherbourg
{Copenhagen
t Danzig
{Dublin
{Dundee
{Geneva
f Glasgow
^Gothenburg
f Hamburg
t Havre
{Helsingfors
tLiverpool
'London
"London
tLucerne
{Manchester
{Newcastle
fOslo
|Paris
fPrague
{Rome
{Rotterdam
'Southampton
fStavanger
{Trondheim
{Vienna
{Warsaw
{Zagreb
{Zurich
Belgium
Switzerland
Ireland
Norway
Germany
Switzerland
England
England
Belgium
Roumania
Hungary
France
Denmark
Free State
Ireland
Scotland
Switzerland
Scotland
Sweden
Germany
France
Finland
England
England
England
Switzerland
England
England
Norway
France
Czech-Slovak
Italy
Holland
England
Norway
Norway
Austria
Poland
Jugo-Slavia
Switzerland
f W. D. Grosset
\E. A. Schmitz
}
w.
E.
Wm. Muller
F. Bramley
W. F. Muller
A. W. Treadaway
Kehrli and Oeler
W. T. Treadaway
A. S. Ray
G. L. M. Servais
D. Kapeller
B. Kovacs
Canadian Pacific
Bennett's Travel
Bureau
Karlsberg Spiro & Co.
A. T. McDonald
H. H. Borthwick
E. Bergmann
/W. H. Boswell       \
\C. L. Crowe f
Uno Anderson
/T. H. Gardner        \
\H. S. Richardson    J
J. M. Currie & Co.
The Finska Angfartygs
/M.L.Duffy f
IH. T.Penny /
C. E. Jenkins |
Wm. H. Powell,     \
Cruise Dept. J
G. Saxon Jones
Bucher & Co.
R. L. Hughes
A. S. Craig
D. Jenssen
fA. V. Clark \
\G. Hobbs /
W. Alder
A. Ross Owen
J. Springett
/Capt. J. V. Forster\
\ H. Taylor /
H. N. Pederson
C. Kionig
F. King
G. Hyna
A. W. Bradshaw
A. Kuoni, S.A.
Telegraphic Addrps'
25 Quai Jordaens
Centralbahnplatz 3
24 Donegall Place
Guldskogaarden 2
Unter den Linden 17-18
9 Bubenbergplatz
4 Victoria Square
18 St. Augustine's Parade
98 Blvd. Adolphe-Max
Calea Grivitei 181
VII Baross—ter 12
46 Quai Alexandre III
Raadhusplads 47
Langermarkt 41 (Steffenshaus)
44 Dawson Street, C. 2
88 Commercial Street
13 Rue du Mont Blanc
25 Bothwell Street
Nils Ericsonsgatan 19
Alsterdamm 9
2 Rue Pleuvry
Aktiebolaget
Pier Head
62/65 Charing Cross
103 Leadenhall Street
Haldenstrasse 4
31 Mosley Street
34 Mosley Street
Skippergaten 30
24 Boulevard des Capucines
Poric 22, Legio Bank Palace
130-131 Via del Tritone
91 Coolsingel
Canute Road
Skandesgaten No. I, P.O. Box
Jernbanekaien (No. 18
Opernring 6
I 17 ul Marszalkowska, P.O.
59 Gajeva Ulica (Box 750
7 Bahnhofplatz
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TICfcr Wccommo^ti^'akcjYiclcits'ap^^V' "T
SELFRIDGE o  '
Travel   Si
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A.  L. RAWLINSON
General Passenger Agent
London, S.W.
H. G. DRING
European Passenger Manager
London. S.W.
WM.  H. POWELL
Special Representative Cruise
London, S.W.
P.   J.  CHADWELL
General Passenger Agent
London. S.W.
R. E. SWAIN
Dept. General Passenger Agent
London, S.W.
Sir GEO. McLAREN BROWN
European General Manager
London, S.W.
[
Reprinted in Great Britain, March, 1934

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