National Geographic : 1928 Jul
THROUGH A POkilUl LE EGYPT! Immortal! Her symbol, the Sphinx, who bids you look at Cheops whose age is beyond imagi nation ... to see in the museums of Gizeh faces of kings who flourished over 3000 years ago. .. togoup the Nile to Karnak, where for 30 centuries have stood, the carved walls built by King Thothmes III ... to "Hundred-Gated Thebes" which looks across at the colonnades of Luxor Temple ... and everywhere water buffalos or fellaheen turning creaking water wheels endlessly, as ofold...thingsseenonthe MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE SUPREM E on the specially chartered HOMERIC, "The Ship of Splendor", sailing from New York, January 26th next . . a peerless itinerary. . . one of the world's leading, most modern, most luxurious steamers... the largest ship sailing to the Mediterranean. Let us send you full particulars THOSCOOK1 SON New York Philadelphia Boston Baltimore Washington Chicago St. Louis San Francisco Los Angeles Portland, Ore. Toronto Montreal Vancouver TO the Orient! A magnificent travel vaca tion at less cost than any similar sea jour ney. Lands of contrast that are meeting the challenge of the New Age. Buddhist shrines enveloped in ancient mysticism, side by side with changing thoroughfares of great indus trial progress. All the ease-giving comforts and delightful Japanese courtesy enroute, that make N. Y. K. liners so widely favored. Seattle to Yokohama, First Class, for as little as $195.00 . Around the World, either direction, . . $875.26 up, including rail fare to and from your home. Round Pacifictours, from $852.40 up. Sailings every other Wednesday from SAN FRANCISCO. Monthly from LOS ANGELES. Fortnightly from SEATTLE direct to the Orient. For detailedinformation,sailingschedules and descriptiveliterature,write to dept. 9 NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO 10 Bridge St. 551 Market St. LOS ANGELES CHICAGO SEATTLE 19 Biltmore Hotel Arcade 100 W. Monroe St. 801 1st Ave. Hi- "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."