National Geographic : 1950 May
Signs of Welcome . . where everything's close-at-hand! This is the year for making a country-wide tour of Britain! Over there, since devaluation of the pound, you can do more, see more, stay longer ... at less cost. And it's easy to visit all parts of Britain without ever travelling far! So move farther afield, staying in Britain's old-world ! village inns, as well as her modern hotels. See for yourself her ancient places, famous in history, literature and legend. Take in your stride the exciting events on Britain's gay holiday - w^ ^ calendar. There's so much to do and see... ' ... and you'll find a warm welcome, wherever c' l, you go. All Britain awaits you! c Everywhere in Britain, you'll see Inn Signs like I ^ ? I those on this page, and many hundreds more ... The Barley Mow, Our Mutual Friend, The Water- \ loo Inn, The Dog and Partridge.Together, they've a tale to tell, a tale of infinite variety! For they reflect almost every aspect of life in Britain through 2000 years of history. Many of them symbolize a trade or sport or craft. Others commemorate some great event, or PLAN YOUR TRIP NOW famous figure of fact or fiction. And all of themAN YOU P remind the traveller how many-sided was Brit- . . and consider coming ain's past ... how varied are her interests today! in late August or Septem ber, to avoid the mid summer rush. Ask your travel agent for a FREE copy of COMING EVENTS, and for other illustrated literature on Britain. Or write fO0V0A 1 BRITISH TRAVEL CENTRE, 336 Madison Ave., N.Y. 17,N.Y. where no journey is far... and your dollar goes farther "Mention the National Geographic-It identifies you"