National Geographic : 1928 Dec
Why Clevelanders prefer The Cleveland (and travelers agree with them) FIRST, there's the food-in main dining rooms or lunch room. Brook Trout broiled over charcoal and covered with crisp baked almonds-juicy roast beef that makes English epicures enthusiastic-delicious salads, vegetables, desserts. Then, the luxurious surroundings of a fine private club-thick-piled carpets, all-embrac ing chairs, soft-shaded lamps, a profusion of bright fresh flowers, and deep pillowy beds. And last-and most important of all-the people. Your floor clerk is your private secre tary. Laundry, mending, valet service is quick -and made unobtrusive by the Servidor in every room. Managers, room clerks, floor clerks soon come to know you, call you by name, and save your favorite room for you. In a word, Clevelanders prefer the Cleveland -and you'll agree with them-because here there is a genuine desire to see to it that you enjoy every moment of your stay in our city and in our city's favorite hotel. HOTEL CLEVELAND PUBLIC SQUARE - CLEVELAND 1000 rooms with bath, 150 at $3 - Servidor Service ~gC3HOTELEI Go-as-you-please Cruises Round the World Here is a unique type ofworld cruise. You make your own plan. Circuit the world in 110 days. Or take the entire two years that your ticket allows. At every port the ship remains from several hours to several days. This time you spend ashore. But at any port that particularly interests you, remain to tour at leisure. Sail from Boston or New York any fortnight for Havana, Panama, California, Hawaii and Round the World. Board at Los Angeles or San Francisco any week of the year. Or sail from Seattle or Victoria, B. C . any alternate Saturday direct to the Orient and Round the World. You will enjoy Japan, China, Manila, Malaya, Ceylon, India, Egypt, Italy and France. Your transportation, meals and accommoda tions aboardshipareincluded in thefareof $1000, $1250 and up Round the World. Palatial liners. Outside rooms with beds, not berths. Broad decks enclosed in glass. An outdoor swimming pool. A world famous cuisine. Luxurious public rooms. Fortnightly sailings from Naples, Genoa and Marseilles for New York. A similar service from the Orient to San Francisco and Los Angeles; to Victoria, B. C. and Seattle. COMPLETE INFORMATION FROM ANY STEAM SHIP OR RAILROAD TICKET AGENT OR Dollar Steamship Line American Mail Line 25 AND 32 BROADWAY, NEW YORK 604 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK, N. Y. 210 SO. SIXTEENTH ST., PHILADELPHIA 177 STATE STREET, BOSTON, MASS. 110 SOUTH DEARBORN ST., CHICAGO, ILL. 514 W. SIXTH ST., LOS ANGELES, CALIF. ROBERT DOLLAR BLDG., SAN FRANCISCO 1005 CONNECTICUT N. W ., WASH., D.C. DIME BANK BUILDING, DETROIT UNION TRUST BLDG. ARCADE, CLEVELAND 21 PIAZZA DEL POPOLO, ROME, ITALY 11 BIS RUE SCRIBE, PARIS, FRANCE 22 BILLITER STREET, B. C. 3, LONDON 152 BROADWAY, PORTLAND, OREGON 4TH AT UNIVERSITY, SEATTLE, WASH. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."