National Geographic : 1928 Nov
Stopover Where You Like On This Cruise Round the World Here is the only service which enables you to go Round the World under a single management, with all the freedom of a private cruise. You plan your own itineray. At all 22 ports you have ample time for shopping and sightseeing. Otherportslead into countries that you want to travel in extensively. You stay over there as long as you like. Then continue on a similar ship in identical accommodations. Go Round the World on one ship in 110 days. Or take the full two years that your ticket permits. From Los Angeles, San Francisco, Honolulu, Yokohama, Kobe, Shanghai and Hong Kong, a liner sails every week. From Manila, Singapore, Penang, Colombo, Suez, Port Said, Alexandria, Naples, Genoa and Marseilles there is a sailing every fortnight. Fares including your transportation Round the World, meals and accommodations aboard ship are as low as $1000 and $1250. Sail aboard a magnificent President Liner. Luxurious outside rooms with beds, not berths. Broad decks, en closed in glass. Beautifully appointed public rooms. Cui sine par excellence. Fortnightly sailings from Seattle for the Orient and Round the World. Fortnightly sailings from New York, for the Orient and Round the World via Havana, Pana ma and California. Fortnightly sailings from Naples, Genoa and Marseilles for New York. Similar service from the Orient for Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles. COMPLETE INFORMATION FROM ANY STEAMSHIP OR RAILROAD TICKET AGENT OR American Mail Line Dollar Steamship Line 25 AND 32 BROADWAY, NEW YORK 604 FIFTH AVE., NEW YORK, N. Y. 210 SO. SIXTEENTH ST. PHILADELPHIA 177 STATE ST., 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 152 BROADWAY, PORTLAND, OREGON 21 PIAZZA DEL POPOLO, ROME, ITALY 11 BIS RUB SCRIBE, PARIS, FRANCE 22 BILLITER STREET, B. C. 3, LONDON 4TH AT UNIVERSITY, SEATTLE, WASH. CAtFORN I onl j hours awag on the LOS ANGELES LIMITED Follow the sunshine straight to California. Take the Los Angeles Limited-where skilled, courteous attendants anticipate your wishes. Your journey is like a sojourn in a modern hotel on flying wheels, over a route of scenic grandeur and romantic history. Train features: Barber, bath, valet, maid, manicure. Observation-club cars, the finest of dining cars all the way, the best type of modern Pullman cars. Only 63 hours en route; leaves Chicago at8:10 p. m. daily; ten dollars extra fare. Seven other fine trains to California from Chicago and St. Louis Including the 63-hour extra fare San Francisco Overland Limited; Gold Coast Limited (open top observation car in California during winter season); Continental Limited; Pacific Limited; Pacific Coast Limited. Here's a new interesting side trip en route to Southern California See magnificent, mysterious Death Valley. Delightful two-day rail-motor side trips, start ing November 4th, cost only $35.50. For booklets describing California, Death Val ley and Union Pacific service: Address nearest representative or General Passenger Agent, Dept. 251, at Omaha, Nebraska UNION PACIFIC THE OVERLAND ROUTE "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."