National Geographic : 1932 Mar
EUROPE Never before could you buy so much for so little... transatlantic rates are lower . . . hotels more anxious than ever to accommodate you. Let COOK'S arrange your steamship passage, passport, visa, hotel accommodation, railroad tickets, air travel... all the hundred and one matters, which must be thought of. EARLY SPRING TRAVEL... Direct to Mediter ranean ports; itineraries include motoring through Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia; through Sicily, Italy, the Riviera. FOR SPRING AND SUMMER... Tours de-luxe, by highest class steamers; sailings via North Atlantic and Southern routes. Itineraries covering Great Britain ... Continental Europe . . North Cape ... Russia. Special Cruise Tours by Airplane; General Airplane and Private Automobile Travel. Tours by Cabin Steamers; also by the popular Tourist Class. INDIVIDUAL INDEPENDENT TRAVEL . . . To suit your personal requirements, your budget and your convenience... at any time... with or without courier escort. PASSENGER AGENTS FOR ALL STEAMSHIP LINES USE COOK'S TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Literature andfull information at your request THOS. COOK & SON WAGONS-LITS INC. 587 Fifth Avenue, New York Philadelphia Boston Baltimore Washington Chicago St. Louis San Francisco Los Angeles Toronto Montreal Vancouver Mexico City START THE EUROPEAN TRIP AT GLASGOW. It's the door of Europe to visitors from the West. It's the gate of the Scottish Highlands and all the romantic region of Rob Roy and the "Lady of the Lake." From Scotland by splendid LMS trains you can make your way southward through the Burns Country to the Lake District (Wordsworth, Ruskin, Coleridge, De Quincey, Southey), and so to Chester, to Stratford-on-Avon (Shakespeare's cottage), to Sulgrave Manor (Washington's ancestral home), and finally London. Against that background you will see London in its right perspective -the centre and focus of Britain and the British Empire. Come to Europe through Glasgow. It's the logical way. LMS LONDON MIDLAND AND SCOTTISH RAILWAY OF GREAT BRITAIN Illustratedpamphlets from T. R. Dester, Vice-President - Passenger Traffic, (Dept. A 30) L MS Corporation, 200 Fifth Avenue, New York City, or from any L M S Ticket Agent "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."