National Geographic : 1932 Nov
One way from Chicago in coaches and chair cars. Proportionately low fares from St. Louis, Kansas City, Minneapolis-St. Paul, and many in termediate points. Same fares return ing. Other low fares A* also in effect. 11D Travel over the smoothest roadbed on earth. Enjoy "meals that appeal" served in air-conditioned dining cars. De luxe appointments. Bath, barber, maid and valet service. The fast and famous San FranciscoOverland Limited and other fine trains operate daily be tween California and the Middle West. W. S. Basinger, Passenger Traffic Manager Room 308, Union Pacific System Omaha, Nebr. Please send me information about fares to ---------------------------------------------- Name __ Street- . UNON PAFI a City ................. State ................ . . . FOLLOW THE SUN TO ITfI LY HIS year, escape the raw early winter Scross on the sunny Southern Route and spend the season in Italy! While most of Europe shivers, Italy picks her olives and oranges . . ignorant of the chill and damp that beset other lands. Enjoy Rome-when Romans enjoy it most! Then is the time to explore the Forum, search out the fountains, climb the seven hills-and on the seventh, peer at St. Peter's dome through the keyhole in a famous garden! Discover the Bay of Naples . . . Sorrento, Capri and the golden city itself. Stop off in Sicily, fly to Tripoli, or make your way to mediaeval Rhodes! Anywhere in Italy or her colonies you'll live more cheaply than at home-with hotels, res taurants and railway fares drastically reduced, visas and other fees abolished. Let us help you plan your trip in cooperation with your tourist agent. This office is operated for that purpose by the Royal Italian Government on a non commercial basis-helping the traveler cut ex. penses, see more and enjoy the best the country offers, with no charge for its services. Write for large illustrated book on Italy, sent free. ITALIAN TOURIST INFORMATION OFFICE Squibb Blds., 745 Filth Ave., N. Y. C.