National Geographic : 1929 Feb
R"* Mt. Fujiyama-"Cloudsin t heaven pause at its peaks" see JAPAN OF THE PEERLESS FUJI A nation of scenic gems, dominated by the lordly Sacred Mountain of flawless beauty. Witness Japan's far=famedflo ral display. Pavilions in a mist of peach bloom. Parks and lanes snowy with cherry blossoms. Tea houses laden with clusters of wistaria. Inspiring sights! Modern American and European hotels offer finest accommodations. Voyage to the Island Empire, to China and the Philippines on the Gateway Ships to the Orient. Convenient sailings from San Francisco, Los Angeles, (via Honolulu) SeattleonN.Y. K. liners. Luxury of private suites and staterooms ... Oriental atmosphere and service... celebrated European cuisine. Regular Sailings every other Wednesday from San Francisco. Monthly from Los Angeles. Fortnightly from Seattle, direct to the Orient $195 up. Round-the-World ineither direction with privilege of stop-over at more ports of call than by any other route. $875.26 up, in cluding rail fare to and from your home. Around-the-Pacific Tours with privilege to start from any point on route. Rates from $852.40 up. Fordetailedinformation,sailing schedules and descriptive literature, write Dept.; NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA NEWYORK,10 Bridge St. SAN FRANCISCO,551 Market St. CHICAGO. 100 W. Monroe St. SEATTLE. 801 lot Ave. LOS ANGELES, 605 So. Grand Ave. Or any local R. R. or S. S. Agent. NYk LIIIEl m m ngland for tIe beat varation in irumnpe Summer days in Devon, in apple blossom time, are the most glorious days you can spend abroad. Stand on the very spot whence Drake watched the sails of the mighty Armada crowding on the horizon. Roam around the homeland of Sir Walter Raleigh, Frobisher and Hawkins. In Devon and the West of England the atmosphere of bygone eras is delightfully entwined with the luxury of today... and the countless pages of England's history and romance are still pre served in stone and spirit. Shakespeare's house...the home of William Penn and the graveyard where he sleeps... the resting place of Elihu Yale; literary and romantic landmarks that you will remember for many years to come. England with her customs and age-old chivalry will attract and please Americans more than any other country in Europe. Land at Plymouth in the heart of Devon and begin your wanderings in the west. Quide No. 5, containing maps and illustrations will be gladly sent to you on application K. W. C. GRAND, General Agent 505 Fifth Ave., New York GREAT WESTERN and SOUTHERN Railways of England "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."