National Geographic : 1930 Oct
Come Seefor Yourself Follow the sun south to Texas this winter and drink deep of the joy of San Anto nio, where folks know how to really live! Pleasure awaits you - and profit,too,if you seek it. Here is an enchanting city 200 years young.., once the stronghold of a Spanish province... now the cosmopolitan capital of a rich empire, where new oil fields and venerable missions vie for your interest - truly a land of fabulous contrasts. Come see for yourself! San tonio For Free, Illustrated Booklet, Write Dept. 38, Municipal Information Bureau, Aztec Building San Antonio, Texas W4EIBORINGT (RUIfE Round-the-World, Dec. 3 The distinctive advantages of a James Boring's Cruise are now available on a cruise around the world-unfailing, personal service from a staff of American cruise specialists-a ship particularly built for cruising-comprehensive itinerary-very moderate rates. The luxurious Cunarder S. S. Samaria sails from New York Dec. 3 and from San Francisco Dec. 21, westward, to places of greatest interest and lure. Rates, $1,600 up, cover all necessary expenses, in cluding extensive shore trips. MEDITERRANEAN Jan. 8, 17, Feb. 26, Mar. 7 Four personally conducted cruises to this beautiful and famous sea to suit everyone's purse and con venience. 46-day itineraries include the most in triguing ports. The new White Star Line Motorship Britannic sails Jan. 8 and Feb. 26; the splendid White Star Line 8. S . Adriatic sails Jan. 17 and March 7. Rates-first class from $695-tourist third cabin $535-include comprehensive shore trips and all necessary expenses both on ship and ashore. WEST INDIES, Jan. 24 to Feb. 11 The club-like Cunard Cruise ship Caledonia sails Jan. 24 on James Boring's Seventh West Indies Cruise. Visits Bermuda, Haiti, Jamaica, Panama, Havana, Nassau. Rates from $275 include shore trips. Inquire of local agent or Dept. WS10 JAMES BORING'S TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. 730 Fifth Avenue New York, N.Y | DAY ALL-EXPENSE I CRUISE TO PERU $395 FIRST CLASS, including sightsee .^k V ing and hotel expenses en route. THE mere thought of visiting such roman tic countries as Panama and Peru sets the Senses tinglingand the imagination swelling with dazzling visions of the wonders of South America. You can add Colombia and ) Ecuador to this trip on a leisurely "Santa" boat in 35 days at no extra cost. Luxurious "Santa" liners let you off at hos pitable ports for glorious days among the wild ruggedness of the towering Andean Range. Glamorous nights under splendrous tropical skies urge you to seek adventure. From faint Solor-tinted dawn to fascinating sunset the thrills of the old world unfold before your mar veling eyes. Plan to go to SouthAmerica this year. Express sailing of the large Santa ships provides the fast est and most complete service. Interesting illus trated booklets are available. Write for them. GRACE LINE 10 Hanover Square . New York 140 So. Dearborn St. . Chicago ;."-. . - - .7:. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."