Page 5, 11th October 1957

11th October 1957
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Page 5, 11th October 1957 — 1 11 1 1 111110111111111111111111,11,111111111111111,11011111111111111% Going Away 1 Sea voyaging is a luxurious form
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1 11 1 1 111110111111111111111111,11,111111111111111,11011111111111111% Going Away 1 Sea voyaging is a luxurious form

of winter holiday 'whether you travel by grand ocean liner or a cargo ship whose passenger list is automatically limited to twelve. To really chase the winter sun, and to escape to such places as Vigo, Guadeloupe and the Barbados, you need £198 for a 1st class ticket, and the round voyage takes 30 days.

However, there are journeys to suit all purses, and for the good sailor the trip to Oslo and Kristiansand, may be attractive — not forgetting the heavily reduced price of £20 for winter. A journey to the Canary Islands costs £42, and the scope of these cruises extends as far as South America, Ceylon and India, Japan and the Far East, the West Indies, or nearer home as in the case of Rotterdam (5 days, starting from Hull, £114), Copenhagen and the Danish ports (£22 during winter for 11 days). The programmes are so varied that you can spend days or months at sea, your transport varying from the merchant ships trading in. out-of-the-way places. 'to the great liners on their regular runs.

Enquiries regarding travel should be sent to: Going Away, "Catholic Herald," 67 Fleet Street, London, E.CA.




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