National Geographic : 1935 Jun
See ENGLAND ThisYear don't merely dream about it ngland has all the ingredients of a perfect trip. History - wondrous cathedrals, ancient abbeys and Castles-like enormous carved jewels. Scenery-a veritable picture-book countryside alive with legend and loveliness. Gaiety-shops, theatres, musicales, night clubs with everything for an "American" good time. * Trains are at perfection in the land of their invention and travelling by train is a continu ally changing panorama of English countryside. * A choice of sixteen different routes to the Continent headed by the luxury "Golden Arrow" service to Paris and the Harwich routes to Northern Europe-make it convenient for you to include other countries in your tour. In England all the old dollar values still exist. So go over for the splendid bargains in fun, adventure and relaxation that England offers in a never-to-be-forgotten trip. * For itineraries, lit erature, maps, etc., write Department 17. T. R. DESTER, general Traffic Manager ASSOCIATED BRITISH RAILWAYS, Inc. 551 Fifth Ave., New York...or your own tourist agent ASSOCIATED BRITISH RAILWAYS, Inc. EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA AFRICA SOUTH AMERICA CRUISE 23 PORTS * 95 DAYS * FROM NEW YORK JAN.25 * Cruise to famous ports and forgotten places for days and nights ofreal adven ture. Fares as low as $1350 (room with bath from $2350), including standard shore programme. Details, from Youn OWN TRAVEL AGENT or Canadian Pacific. CetdIM t@&4lc For more than thirty years, Mellon Travelers Cheques have been used as a safe means of car rying funds. They are widely known throughout the world, and are readily cashed wherever your travels may take you. When arranging a trip, ask your bank for Mellon Travelers Cheques. Use them to pay hotel bills and transportation fares and to obtain cash for miscellaneous expenditures. *ELLO 'NAT I ' BAN "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."