National Geographic : 1930 Mar
Suppose you are going to EUROPE .; U should you do ? The answer is-confer with Cook's-they will treat your problem as an individual one; Cook's will outline the most suitable route, make all steamship, reservations-have you met on your arrival- abroad-and escorted if you so desire. They will reserve hotel accommodations, will insure your baggage, aid you in securing your passport-in short, Cook's service simplifies travel to the highest degree. They may suggest Individual Travel, one of their special features, enabling the fullest expression of your own ideas-or, your requirements may be best served by joining one of their limited Group tours. These are many and varied whether you wish to emphasize luxury or economy. Cook's will discuss with you - private or group automobile travel-special air cruises or general air trips. 89 years of experience- 200 offices in Europe a service station for you at every important point. Cook's Travellers' Cheques are welcome everywhere. OBERAMMERGAU Following their practice since 1860 the Oberammergau Passion Play Committee have again appointed Thos. Cook & Son as their Official Agents; applications for accommodations and seats, should be made promptly. THOS. COOK & SON 585 Fifth Avenue, New York Philadelphia Boston Baltimore Washington Chicago St. Louis San Francisco Los Angeles Toronto Montreal Vancouver in co-operation with WAGONS-LITS CO. Britain Stretching from London away to the North east is a country rich in Britain's early history. To know her she must be seen in the quaint old villages that date back centuries before the Norman conquest; along roads that once resounded to the passing of Roman chariots; by the wall of Hadrian; or in some little sea besieged coast town that witnessed the com ing of the Danes. She must be studied in the subdued light of old cathedrals and abbeys. The London & North Eastern Railway traverses this enchanting land. It takes you in speed and comfort to the many centres of historic interest and scenic beauty. It is, too, the track of the World's Most Famous Train-The "Flying Scotsman," the swift est train over the shortest route between London and Edinburgh, accomplished in 814 hours without a stop. And when you have completed your tour of Britain the daily and nightly steamship services via Harwich provide the most com fortable routes to Continental Europe. Call or write for the new Guide No. 64 which tells you where to go and what to see. COMMUNICATE WITH KETCHAM general Agent, 11 W. 42nd St., New York London &North Eastern Railway of England 6-J'cotland "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."