National Geographic : 1928 Oct
The BookGadillac Iot ON WASH NXON BUIj VAR mtH rXEO0i A IN RIDP. 0ETt0 T GOOD NIGHT pick up loD NIGHT wing trip "Ile de They say that guests read in bed,'round shore excurst midnight, at the Book-Cadillac Hotel in b y En RouteA Detroit. The rooms are high-up and Fastest s quiet and cool little winds blow from England, n the lakes to flutter the curtains and Frane","1 urge to sleep; and pillows are great a boat-train and soft here and sheets are cool and restful and blankets are warm to pull-up 'round chins and ears and you Information fr snuggle in early and breathe long sighs ajentor write andyousmile and- readinbed. , , Old travelers, sage and sophisticated, say that Book-Cadillac is one of world's great abiding places. They tell of its kindly, welcoming manner; they talk of its young men and of their courteous and swift and silent service; they tell of savoury foods, incomparable; but always theytell of reading in a bed that is soft and downy and sleepy as a win ter's night. See you soon. Good night. THE BOOK-CADILLAC HOTEL DETROIT "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you.'