National Geographic : 1926 Sep
to go to Europe in the fall WISE TOO. The rush is over. London and Paris are at their best. The weather is moderate. Better accommodations abroad and cheaper. And they are doubly wise who go on United States Lines ships. For at no extra expense they make sure of the highest standard of travel-comfort in the world and the best cuisine on the North Atlantic. S. S. GEORGE WASHINGTON Swift, steady, beautiful-a luxurious home on the sea. First class rates from $210, second class from $136.25 and Tourist Third class from $97.50. S. S. LEVIATHAN Flagship of the fleet and the most famous ship in the world. First class rates from $265, second class from $147.50, Tourist Third from $102.50. S. S. PRESIDENT HARDING and S. S. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT The fastest Cabin Ships on the North Atlantic. No first or second class distinctions. Rates from $145, Tourist Third from $95. S. S. REPUBLIC The famous cruise liner. A Cabin ship without first or second class distinctions. Rates from $140. Tourist Third from $95. Regular sailings from New York to Cobh (Queens. town), Plymouth, Southampton, Cherbourg, Bremen. Get complete information from your local steamship agent or write to the address below United States Lines 45 BROADWAY pES NEWYORKCIYT N ni? rI NI' U BELGENLAND WORLD CR^f~iUISE^^ NTEST SEASONS ) © E.M.N. ON a 'round-the-world trip of the Belgen land, there were actually 129 sunny days out of 132! It seemed almost as though the weather had been specially ordered-the sun commandeered. This meant not only that the travelers saw sixty fascinating cities in 14 countries-but that they saw them at their brightest, loveliest seasons. Think of following a trail of sunshine to Cali fornia, Hawaii, Japan, China, the Philippines, Java, Malaysia, India, Egypt, Italy, France! And think of sailing on the largest and finest liner that ever made a world trip. Luxury and ease-all the way. Gaiety and interest-every day. The Belgenland sails from S NEW YORK DEC. 14 Los Angeles December 30 San Francisco January 2 Back in New York April 24, 1927 60 cities 132 days 14 countries 28,000 miles Full information from-Red Star Branch Offices in Line,One Broad- s o principal cities, OR way; American Ex- AUTHORIZED press Co.,65 Broad- AGENCIES. way, New York; RED STAR LINE INTrNATrm ONAL M nCAwTIzs MAISIN COMPANY In Cooperation wIth American Express Company "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."