National Geographic : 1927 Jan
-y\ 1) Japan-OnLake Biwa $600 Yokohama and return via Honolulu JAPAN, the flowery king- ( dom, offers the visitor a multitude of new and de lightful experiences. . See Yokohama, gateway to Tokyo, the capital. Kobe, Ja pan's great seaport, a fine mod ern city. Beautiful Nagasaki. Visit the lovely interiorwith its snowy mountains, waterfalls, ' toy gardens and unique archi tecture. Each season brings its own festival. Plan now to go. From San Francisco, you may go on great President Liners via /' Honolulu and return the same way. Or, if you wish, return on a similar President Liner on the i American Mail Line direct from Japan to Seattle. You will enjoy the luxury and comfort of these great ships. Commodious outside rooms. Spacious decks for rest or play. World travelers commend the cuisine. A sailing every Saturday from San Francisco for the Orient and Round the World. From Bos ton and New York fortnightly sailings for the Orient via Ha vana, Panama and California. For complete information com- / . municate with any ticket or tourist agent or Dollar Steamship Line Robert Dollar Building, San Francisco 604 Fifth Avenue, New York 25 Broadway, New York "The Sunshine Belt to the Orient" this winter A CRUISE mag - .nificent o'er summer seas to a scin tillating foreign capi tal. Modern sports and recreations against the charming back ground of Spanish ways and manners. 10 DAYS ALL EXPENSES $160 and up Complete maintenance afloat and ashore including auto mobile sightseeing trips to all principal points of interest. MEXICO CITY: One Way $105 Round Trip $185.00 WARD LINE Ft. Wall St. New York Or ask any Authorized Tourist Agency to 81 A DAY TOURS IOMANCE! Lure Vivid colors of , rare vegetation-Fascinating peo . New and captivating experiences a vibrant neighbor continent. The p on the famous "Santa" steamers is ike a cruise on a private yacht" videvarietyofcarefullyplanned tours PanamaCanal and throughout South nerica. Grace Line Banks and Ameri n Agents everywhere to assist you. xceptional service afloat and ashore d for new illustrated booklet "G" giving Splcte itinerary of usspecial reduced rate tours. EDITERRANEA) PRESIDENT WILSON" (20 knots-Oilburner) sailing from New York Jan. 25, 1927, and Boston next day. Rates from $600include hotels, guides, autos, shore visits. Stop-overs, Algiers, Madeira. Egypt, Athens, Corfu, Naples, Sicily, Riviera, Lisbon, Dalmatia, Venice, etc. Regular service to Europe. The American Express Co., 65 Broadway, New York (managing shore excursions and cruise arrangements) COSULICH LINE Phelps Bros.& Co., General Agents, 9 Battery Place, New York "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."