National Geographic : 1928 Jan
We Sail , Feb-8 th for Madeira, Gibraltar, Spain, Algiers, Tunis, Malta, Greece, Turkey, Syria, Palestine, Egypt, Sicily, Italy, Monte Carlo, France, England. Don't Miss this Delightful Mediterranean Cruise EVERY day brings the sailing date closer. Mr. James Boring, his expert staff, and their party leave New York City for their third annual Mediterranean Cruise on February 8th. Will you be aboard the S. S. Doric as she leaves? Have you sent for full particulars of this cruise? Do you know that you can come with us for about what it would cost you to stay at home? James Boring's Annual Mediterranean Cruise is arranged and personally conducted by a man who knows intimately the countries of the Mediterranean-their peoples, lan guages, history, customs and geography. One fee covers ALL expenses afloat and ashore and stop-over steamship tickets--as low as $690, according to location of stateroom. The new White Star Liner S. S . Doric has been chartered, special trains, motors and guides meet the ship at all ports. Mail the Coupon Now for Full Details Act at once. Reservations are coming in daily. Only 550 per sons, about one quarter the ca pacity of the ship, will be taken on this cruise. Send today for full information. West Indies Cruises Sailing Jan. 17th and Fel. llth, by chartered White Star Liner S. S. Megantic. 22 days. All expenses as low as $320. North Cape Cruise Sailing June 21. 1928. from Montreal for tle "Land of the Midnight Sun" by specially char tered White Star Liner S. . Calgaric, visiting 20 ports. All expenses, from $550 to $1,275, depend ing upon choice of state room. James Boring's Travel Service, Inc. 45 Astor Place, Dept. M-289 New York, N.Y . Also 15 West Gay St., Columbus, Ohio r------------- ------------------ i lames Boring's Travel Service, Inc., Dept. M-289, 45 Astor Place, New York, N. Y . Please send me details of Cruise checked, with deck plan. rates, etc. D Mediterranean West Indies I Sailing Fel. 8, 1928 Sailing Jan. 17th I North Cape Sailing June 21, 1928 Sailing Feb. 11th Name -- _ --- - - - - - - - - - - - - -- I I I Address -.. ___. .. ______ _... _ _ I SCity ..- - ..... . _. .. . State .. . . L--_------------------- a - . L jbuildinq Unde~a -Jan-28-1926 "- \fig -ht-DowltowWl-feb-3 -1927 ot WAere Ofia/58BecomesIooI D ABright winter Sunshine . i " Seventeen days in January when official thermome ter recorded 50 or more; 23 days when it touched ,-_ ,^. 85 or more in the sun (13 of them when it reached 8g .'.---- < 100 and more) ; only two days without any sunshine. * That was January, 1927, in the Pikes Peak Region. S Golf played on the first eleven days of the New Year. ' Sunshine, rich in ultra-violet rays, and dry air , form a combination for outdoor comfort so helpful S in building health in the Pikes Peak Region. - It's a combination which gives a new idea of " winter to those who use the ten-day stop-over or side trip granted on transcontinental trips. It's the reason why many people with means to live any place are adding to the number of fine homes in this famed scenic spot. S a I 1now more about this Region, accessible the CathedralSpiresyear around-about the City-Homes Jano18-1927 "Winning Health"-"100 Winter Days." Any information sent on request to THE WELCOME CLUB 151 Independence Building Colorado Springs, - - - - Colorado lQolorado prinqs Sandte . il 0 Pkes ak^gio 'WIest lidi DE LUXE CRUISES TO PORTO RICO! To Santo Domingo! "Islands of Enchantment" and garden spots of tropical loveliness. Your route passes through superlative beauty, looking into every nook and corner of tourist interest. 11 DAYS 160^ ALL EXPENSES .1OU up Luxurious S. S . "Coamo" or "San Lorenzo" your home for entire cruise. Wide range of accommodations and faultless service. Fascinating motor sight-seeing trips in cluded. Stop-overs permitted. For information address PORTO RICO LINE Cruise Department, 2$ Broadway, New York N Or any Authorizaed Tourist Agent 11?