"In the delightful series of drawings here. Captain Bryan de Grineau has depicted some of the trials and tribulations mainly due to financial causes, which present a new aspect of Continental travel to the British tourist. The visitor to the winter sports centres of Switzerland is permitted to take £75 with him in traveller's cheques. When these are negotiated, he is given two-thirds of the value in certificates, valid only in the hotels, and one-third in Swiss francs. For this reason the visitor has to watch his expenses and curb a natural desire to buy those things which restrictions in Britain have made even more attractive. On arrival at the Swiss frontier the traveller is given twenty-five meal coupons to cover the remainder of his journey, and at his destination receives sufficient coupons for the duration of his stay in the country, at the rate of fifty per week."