Day 47 – At Sea RMS Berengaria

The weather was not too clear.  She got up early and walked.  She finally played her deck tennis tournament match wit Mr. Calvert against Mrs. Calvert and Mr. Ryder.

Diving was much easier this morning.  She stayed an hour a d a half.

She watched the ping-pong tournament, then a boxing match.

She collected money all over first class.

Talked with the English boy..

Watched ping-pong.  Played with Libby, Marjorie, orchestra man.

Talked with engineer after dinner in the fog, also orchestra.

Watched a good movie.

Beautiful moonlight on great waves.

Day 46 – On Board

It was foggy and cloudy.  She walked around the deck for an hour and a half.  She had a good swim, learned a good deal about diving.

She played ping-pong after lunch.

She got acquainted with the English boy and a member of the orchestra.

Played cards with Marjorie Rutherford.

Played ping-pong and had a cigarette wit the English boy just before dinner.

Favors and hats at dinner.  Danced.  Had a glass of ale.

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Day 44 – At Sea – July 22 – Sunday

The weather was cloudy.  They had a big breakfast and then she had to wait an hour before going swimming.  The water was very comfortable – wavy.  She swam and dove a good deal.  Lunch at 1:30.

In the afternoon she talked with Mrs. Forrest.  Ran up and down stairs trying to find ping-pong.  Finally played three funny games on B deck.

Another long wait for dinner.

Talked with various people.

Walked the deck.

Had a cigarette.

Day 43 – Saturday July 20 – Homeward Bound – Paris to Le Havre – At Sea

 

The sisters got up early at 6:30.  They tried to get breakfast but the (American Express) man arrived before the breakfast came.  Much confusion and hurry but they got on to the train all right. In a compartment with 3 others.  Had an expensive lunch.  Got to Le Havre about 1:30, beautiful.  Easy to get on to the tender, also on to the “Berengaria”.  A very large boat {her word}.

Sailed about 3.  They walked around a lot.  They had a lot of time to waste before dinner at quarter of eight.

Beautiful full moon with just enough clouds to be lovely.

 

On the S.S. Beringaria

 

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