National Geographic : 1928 Feb
CRUISING the 7 22 to46DA W INTE '[ CRU i/Ej TO THE WEJT INDIES The busy person's idealwinter vacation. Only 22 days, but a complete rest and change, a welcome respite from the rigors of winter. You sail on a ship that knows no peer in the West Indies. You profit by the White Star Line's half century of experience in Caribbean Cruises. S. S. Calgaric sailing Feb. 4 and Mar. 3. Rates from $250. Cruises may be joined from Florida at Havana. TO THE MEDITERRANEAN To Europe's smartestplayground,Monte Carlo, to Egypt,the Holy Land and Madeira,Gibraltar, Algiers,Italy, Greece andTurkey as well.46 days, each revealing new wonders, new pleasures. The rate of $695 (up) includes every expense. S. S. Adriatic sailing Feb. 25 the new, 19,000-ton triple screw S. S. Laurentic sailing Mar. 6. Particularly convenient for spring so journs on the Continent. Return from north-European port arranged if desired. i Prompt reservation of space is recom mended.We shall be pleased to sendyou descriptive literature and full details. Address CruiseDept., No. i Broad- . S way, New York City; our offices elsewhere or authorized agents. WHITE JTAR LINF International Mercantile Marine Company Pm ^ THE ROOSEVELT affords an abode whose gracious hospitality, distinguished cuisine and thoughtful service make it the pre ferred stopping place of those who wish to be "at home" when travel draws them away from fireside comforts. zzoo Rooms - Single or En Suite, BEN BERNIE and his Roosevelt Orchestra Write for a complimentary copy of "Rooseveltiana", containinginterestinganecdotes in story and picture,from the life of the great American. _he ROOSEVELT Madison Avenue at 4 5 th Street NEW YORK EDWARD CUNTON FOGG-ManagingDirector IH--- See Scotland first Scotland is a veritable storehouse of his tory and romance. The grim, brave Covenanters were fugitives in her mountains, grim and stark as them selves. Great battles fought in the dawn of time have coloured her soil with royal blood. Yet in the Trossachs and round about the Firth of Clyde, the beauty of Scotland is as gentle as a summer evening; the little homes of Scotland lie peaceful and lovely in every sheltered valley. The London, Midland and Scottish Rail way has two routes to Scotland-you may travel by one and return by the other. Illustrated Pamphlets from John Farrman (Dept.A40). 200 Fifth Avenue, New York. Or from any L MS Agent, Thomas Cook & Son, or the American LM S Express. JL SV 0 "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."