Organization: Canadian Pacific (CP)
Product: Advertisement
Year: 1929

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Chateau Frontenac, Motor in maytime to Old Quebec

Send your car flying up the fast cement highway to Montreal under a setting moon .. wind along the St. Lawrence road past signs that say “Cotages Americains to let of tourists”… past villages ever more French, to the tall Norman towers of the Chateau, stateliest of world hotels, high-perched on Diamond Head. No lovelier motor run on the Eastern Seaboard.

In Québec, the French shops to explore, the ancient citadel, the 17th-century Basse Ville, the Montmorency golf course, gayaffairsat the Chateau, centre of the old French city’s life.

From Québec, what jaunts!… I’lle d’Orleans, with its Norman farms and exquisite churches in the fields… the red road to Gaspé, where you learn to buy gas in French, and they give you blanquette de sang for lunch… Ste. Anne de Beaupré of the miracles…Murray Bay, often called the Newport of Canada …Indian Lorette where Hurons make snowshoes…and always the delicate beauty of the Northern spring… a lovely land where even the long-wedded become lovers again!

Make a French holiday this Maytime… by motor, or by fast express, leaving New York at night and lunching at the Chateau Frontenac next day.

Full information and reservations at any Canadian Pacific Office, or write to Chateau Frontenac, Québec, Canada. New York, 344 Madison Ave…Chicago, 71 E. Jackson Blvd…Montreal, 201 St. James St., West, and 30 other cities in United States and Canada.

Canadian Pacific
World’s Greatest Travel System


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