National Geographic : 1928 Apr
EUROP ca gS ,cee A TRIP to Europe is an experience that will be hap pily remembered for years to come-IF it is arranged the right way. It is unnecessary to become entangled in the meshes of foreign time-tables-lan guages-customs and currencies-or to worry with the bothersome details of tickets, reser vations and accommodations. You leave all these incidentals to the travel experts of the American Express when you join one of the AMERICAN EXPRESS Tours with Escort These congenial, companionable groups eliminate ALL possibility of travel troubles, and the cost is reg ulated to approximate the amount you wish to spend. From the time you' sail away until you return, your journey is a round of ease and enjoyment-just as if the AmericanExpress TravelDepartmenthad cut a path way through Europe for you. The booklets listed below describe the tours in an unusually interesting way. They tell all about the things well to know in advance-places to be visited, accommodations, total expenses. Send coupon for one or all of them today. AMERICAN EXPRESS Travel Department F. C. Tour Dept. B. 65 BROADWAY, NEW YORK I would like to receive booklets giving details of the tours checked E]Limited Expense Tours-Summer Months $429 up l Special Summer Tours-$745 to $1,070 O Quality Tours-$1,370 to $1,950. Name------ ----..... . - .......... . .. . .. .. .. ............ Address -- --- ------ -- . ..................... ... .. .. ... City........................................State.....- - ......... Always Carry American Express Travelers Cheques E-I- i " ,l 'rl"'ll'"lll'11""l'"lrli "lii"ll "•""li"r " i"ii""lXli";lls"1 D. & C.Steamers Guided by Radio Compass Signals To Lovers of Sea, Sky and Drifting Clouds: Summer is just around the corner, and it is in order to suggest a cruise on the Great Lakes as part of your vacation. We would be pleased to help you plan an outing of two, four, six or eight days' duration on the Lower Lakes, and supply you with pictures and descriptions of pleasant places: Niagara Falls, Mackinac Island, and others. If you contemplate an automobile tour, plan to make part of the journey by boat. Our overnight service between Buffalo and Detroit; Cleveland and Detroit, is used extensively by automobilists. If you desire a longer voyage our line between Cleveland and Chicago, via Detroit, Mackinac Islandand St.Ignace,willappeal to you. Dancing, concerts, radio enter tainments, deck games on shipboard not a dull moment. A. A. SCHANTZ, President. Fares: Buffalo to Detroit. $5; Cleveland to Detroit, $3; meals and berth extra. For the Chicago-Mackinac Island tours fares given are for the round trip, and include every expense on steamers: Buffalo to Mackinac Island, $49; to Chicago, $79. Cleveland to Mackinac Island, $41.50; to Chicago, $71.50. Detroit to Mackinac Island, $30; to Chicago, $60. Stopovers at Mack inac Island and other ports. For reservations address E. H . McCracken, G. P. A., Detroit and Cleveland Navigation Co., Detroit, Mich. Fast freight service on all divisions at low rates.