National Geographic : 1935 Apr
FIRST AMONG ALL 6/44/. n- NATIONAL PARK More and higher waterfalls than in any equal area on earth (at their best now and until mid June). More famed vistas than anywhere else in the jutting Sierra. And four sunny seasons to play. This summer you can golf, swim, fish, ride trail, visit the bears' evening banquet, see the nightly Firefall... the list runs on. All-expense tours, in cluding the ancient Mariposa Big Trees, range from 2 to 4 days and $25 to $62.50, with your choice of hotels and lodges enroute. Your travel agent can include Yosemite on any California itinerary-ask him. For an illustrated vacation booklet, address: Dr. Don Tresidder, President, Yosemite Park and Curry Co., Box 44, Yosemite National Park, Calif. YOSEMITE S. F. L.A. Visit ENGLAND and WALES Go this Summer won't talk about a trip-go this year, the Silver Jubilee of King George's Accession. In England you have the widest choice of sports in the world-Wimbledon for tennis; Ascot, Epsom and New market for racing; Henley, the father of all regattas; yachting at Cowes-the ancestral home of America's cup; golf, cricket-sporting life at its swiftest pace. Theatres offer both your favourites and ours; the smartest shops sponsor chic styles and newest creations. Musicales, night clubs promise bright days and gay nights in ournew England, with everything for an American good time in the impec cable London style. Thousand-year-old Oxford and Cambridge are like dreams come true. You cannot miss the National Eisteddfod at Caernarvon,Wales.This vivid, colourful gathering of Welsh bards, choirs and bands is unique in the world. Make England the base for your European tour. For itin eraries, literature, maps, etc., write Dept.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. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."