Keywords: passenger ships -- fiction
Year of publication: 2004
SOME RAMBLING NOTES OF AN IDLE EXCURSION by Mark Twain I. All the journeyings I had ever done had been purely in the way of business. The pleasant May weather suggested a novelty namely, a trip for pure recreation, the bread-and-butter element left out. The Reverend said he would go, too a good man, one of the best of men, although a clergyman. By eleven at night we were in New Haven and on board the New York boat. We bought our tickets, and then went wandering around here and there, in the ...
Keywords: Passenger ships -- Fiction