National Geographic : 1938 Apr
"Come to the Land Charm and of DeligAt!" We'll give you a true Irish welcome, straight from the Shamrock's heart. Stay with us long, you'll be loath to leave our real Ireland of old ... our new Ireland of today-only a few hours from England and Scotland. Dublin and Belfast, amazing contrasts of ancient times and modern methods. The Hill of Kings at Tara-the Shannon's mighty power dam. Mystical Round Towers, castles and abbeys-glorious, sporty salmon rivers, per fect golf greens, Dublin's world-famous horse show. Through changing vistas by comfortable trains and buses to Armagh, Erin's "Eternal City," to Killarney's lakes, to Blarney's castle, to St. Patrick's venerated haunts. Around Ireland, through Ireland, the real Ireland by RAIL, the modern economical way. Plan your trip to Ireland and to Great Britain now, not forgetting the Continent. Write Dept. 407 for the new "Ireland on the Road to Europe" -delightful, illustrated, "sham rocky" guide book to travel joy. Address: C. M. TURNER, General Traffic Manager, 9 Rockefeller Plaza (16 West 49th Street), New York. L. T. Jones, Middle West Representa tive, 333 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill. J. D. Cameron, Pacific Coast Representative, 412 West Sixth Street, Los Angeles, Cal., or your own Tourist Agent. ... JiLwu'S a 0RfjZ^-U/L ON THE ANCHOR LINE TO EUROPE VIA SCOTLAND AND IRELAND R-E -L-A -X! And luxuriate in pricelessleisureon sturdy Anchor liners to Scotland and Ireland. Store up new energy for your travels abroad while Anchor Line pampers you with heart warming hospitality, honest service, delectable food... in surroundings homelike, restful. You'll find added pleasure, too, in Anchor Line's amazingly low rates. And in Anchor Line's famous money-saving route to Europe that starts your trip abroad at the top of the map, so that you travel in an economical, "going" direction all the way. Visit lovely Ireland; or dock direct at Glasgow for its Empire Exhibi tion and the beauties of Scotland, with the North of England and London a few hours distant-all this, en route to the Continent, without expensive retracing of steps. Frequent sailings from New York and Boston to Cobh, Dublin, Londonderry, Belfast, and Glasgow. MINIMUM RATES: Cabin Class $155.00, Tourist Class $120.50, Third Class $91.00. Slightly higher in summer season. Reduction for round trips. SEE YOUR OWN AUTHORIZED TRAVEL AGENT. OR "i K /OR Established / . 1852 11 ROCKEFELLER PLAZA, NEW YORK, N. Y. Offices in Boston * Chicago * Cleveland * Philadelphia St. Louis * Pittsburgh * New Orleans * San Francisco* Toronto "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."