National Geographic : 1930 Feb
Begin your ramble at the Royal Leamington Spa. High Warwickshire hedges escort you to Kenilworth and the most famous baronial ruins in England. The Earl of Leicester spent more than five thousand dollars a day entertaining Queen Elizabeth there in 1575. Spend a lazy afternoon in Stratford. In the house on Henley Street where Shakespeare was born you can see a letter written to him by Richard Quiney. His very home has been perfectly preserved through the centuries and even the gardens contain shrubs, trees, and flowers mentioned in the plays. The loveliest of churches is his hallowed resting place, and in the north aisle is the font in which he was baptized. A pleasant woodland path takes you to romantic Shottery where Shakespeare paid court to gentle Anne Hathaway. It is all so real that you expect him to sud denly appear. Special Great Western Railway tours leave London daily winding through this most delightful bit of England. The ne'w Guide No. 71 'willbe gladly mailedfree on request G. E. ORTON, Gen. Agent, 505 Fifth Avenue, N. Y . 0o(1%0a 1. By far the most popular way to travel-15 B.C. W HEN Augustus ruled in Rome, the noblest Romansof them all travelled in the Cisium ... Today.... Surope bhviy otor is the most satisfactory (and the smartest) way to travel in all the countries of Europe.. Wherever you go, your trip will be planned exactly as you wish ... Thefinestof cars ... Experienced, English-speak ing chauffeur-couriers .. . Offices with American person nel at your service throughout Europe. Writefor Booklet A FRANCO-BELGIQUE TOURS CO., Inc. 551 FIFTH AVE. .'. NEW YORK SEE NATURE'S MASTERPIECE IN STONE ! DAINBOW Natural Bridge, I 309 feet high and with a span of 278 feet, made famous by articles in this magazine, is now compara tively easy to reach, only a 24-mile (round trip) trail journey being necessary againstl80 miles previously. Write at once for illustrated r Dfolder. Pleasing accommodations. 6 Cameron, Arizona "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."