Personal from Herbert W Armstrong - THIS is written at sea, in mid-Atlantic, on the giant steamer UNITED STATES. Mrs. Armstrong had been "enjoying" her usual sea sickness the first two days of the voyage. She still did not feel quite up to the walk to the dining room, last night, for dinner. The waiters and stewards were inquiring about Mrs. Armstrong. I was served a delicious dinner-juicy California fresh fruit cocktail; crisp celery and super-colossal olives; a flavorful and tender sirloin steak (we call them "New York cut" on the west coast) - such as one never enjoys in Britain; flavorful french-fried potatoes and petite peas; all topped off with a special ice-cream-pudding with chocolate sauce. Make your mouth water? Of course, this great ship, like the AMERICA and the British Queens, is famous for its superb cuisine. Meals, of course, are included in your ticket. The menus are elaborate, and the waiters will urge you to order more than you should eat no prices on a right-hand column - just eat whatever, and as much, as you wish.
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