National Geographic : 1932 Jun
w PERU Sail South to cool Peru!-where astounding ruins of ancient Pre-Incan Empires dream in the shadow of the towering Andes, and Lima, magnificent City of the Kings, offers a charm ing composite of Paris and old Madrid. You will find in this easily-reached land a whole travel-world of sights and scenes ... you will meet, side by side, the greatest antiquity, the richest modern culture and the most charm ing continental gaiety. Luxurious liners of the famous Grace "Santa" fleet sail weekly from New York, call ing at ports of high-spot interest and visiting Havana on the return voyage. The 23 day cruise to Peru and return is only $295, includ ing FirstClass accommodations, outside state room and all necessary shipboard expenses. Shore expenses additional. No passports re quired. Other Grace Line cruises to Chile or completely 'Round South America. Consult your travel agent or New York: 10 Hanover Square; Boston: Little Building; Chicago: 230 N. Michigan Avenues New Orleans: Queen and Crescent Building; San Francisco: 2 Pine Street; Los Angeles: 548 South Spring Street; Seattle: Hose Building. W HICH SIDE WAS YOUR ANCESTOR ON when Edward I. built that won derful chain of castles in North Wales to keep the Welshmen up the mountains when once he had got them there? That little game of hide-and-seek that Edward played with his Welsh neighbours is one of the best bits in English history. The Welsh castles are standing to-day very much as Edward and his son, the first Prince of Wales, left them six or seven hundred years ago. Carnarvon, Conway, Harlech, Beaumaris, Rhuddlan and Ruthin. Jewels of living history, they are full of Plantagenet majesty, and above them towers the mighty bulk of Snowdon and the Northern massif. Come to Wales and see how a Norman king could build chain stores to last a thousand years. From London (Euston Station) by the Irish Mail or from Dublin by the Mail Boat. The route itself is lined with history. LMS LONDON MIDLAND AND SCOTTISH RAILWAY OF GREAT BRITAIN Illustrated pamphlets from T. R . Dester, Vice-President- Passenger Traffic, (Dept. A 30) LM S Corporation,200 Fifth Avenue, New York City, or from your own Ticket Agent "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."