National Geographic : 1928 Apr
Glorious Playgrounds Round the World the one finest trip of a lifetime Japan casts her spell upon you from the moment your ship enters Yokohama harbor. For behind this great city, rising to the sky is mighty Fujiyama, sacred mountain. Then you enter the life of this gay and joyous people. Japan is a land of festivals and a land ofprogressiveness as well. The lure of China is the lure of the ancient East. See her temples, her people. Shop here in quaint bazars for ivories, laces and jade; for silks, batiks and rare em broideries. On we go to Manila, reminiscent of old Spain. Malaya, Ceylon and India beckon to new adventures, as interest ing as those behind us, but wholly different. Round the World to Egypt, to Italy and France. Palatial President Liners to take you in complete com fort. All rooms are outside. Beds, not berths. Spacious decks. A swimming pool. Public rooms large and lux uriously appointed. A dining service unexcelled, world travelers tell us. Optional stopovers. An American Mail Liner sails every fourteen days from Seattle and Victoria to Japan, China and Manila. A Dollar Liner sails every week from Los Angeles and San Francisco for the Orient via Honolulu and Round the World. Fortnightly sailings from Boston and New York for the Orient via Havana, Panama and California. See the Pacific Coast. Fortnightly sailings from Naples, Genoa and Mar seilles for New York and Boston. Forcomplete information communicate with any ticket or tourist agent or American Mail Li ne Dollar Steamship Line 25 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, N. Y . 32 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, N. Y . 604 FIFTH AVE., NEW YORK, N. Y. 101 BOURSE BLDG., PHILADELPHIA, PA. 177 STATE ST.. BOSTON, MASS. 1018 BESSEMER BLDG., PITTSBURGH, PA. ROBERT DOLLAR BLDG., SAN FRANCISCO 514 W. SIXTH ST., LOS ANGELES, CALIF. 110 SOUTH DEARBORN ST., CHICAGO, ILL. DIME BANK BUILDING, DETROIT 21 PIAZZA DEL POPOLO. ROME, ITALY 11 BIS RUE SCRIBE, PARIS, FRANCE 22 BILLITER STREET, E. C. 3, LONDON 4TH AT UNIVERSITY, SEATTLE, WASH. '. .....