National Geographic : 1930 May
gcst a JeW .a 4s ua is J 7iaL'aU's l s iesifu9 qiss USY men of Commerce find in Hawaii the freedom wearied nerves demand . . . the freedom'of drowsy days under dreamy palms . of screaming reel paid out from lazing launch or bobbing outrigger . . . of blissful days on sporty greens. In increasing numbers they seek the soothing calm of the few days at sea that lead to the IslandParadise... the exhilaration that quickly comes with the salt-sea tang . . . the restful ease of magnificent liners whose standards are those of club and home. They were the first to shatter seasonal dis tinctions. A climate as free from heat as it is from cold extended Winter into Spring, then stretched it into Summer. Now they go to Hawaii the year round. The element of time is no longer an obstacle. Swift ships go from the four gateways of the Pacific in four to six days, depending on the liner selected. Today an utterly different land offering an utterly different vacation is at your threshold. Write for descriptive literature. It tells why the discomfort of heat is unknown in Hawaii. Hawaii Tourist Bureau (HONOLULU, HAWAII, U. S. A.) JorJullinformation write to 1104 Monadnock Building, San Francisco, Calif. 655E Chamber of Com. Building, Los Angeles, Calif. or communicate with Lassco Linefrom Los Angeles Matson Line from San Fran in Southern California cisco, Portland and Seattle 730 S. Broadway, Los Angeles 535 Fifth Avenue, New York 521 Fifth Avenue, New York 140 South Dearborn, Chicago 140 South Dearborn, Chicago 215 Market St., San Francisco 685 Market St., San Francisco 723 W. 7th St., . Lo Angele 213 E. Broadway, San Diego 1319 Fourth Avenue, Seattle 609 Thomas Bldg., . Dallas 271 Pine St., . Portland,Ore. Any travel agent will gladly give you full particulars andarrangeyour bookings Here's the newest, gayest, most ' rt delightful way to travel-with 'I a congenial group escorted by ' an experienced courier who handles all tickets, reserva tions, baggage, etc. EU ROPE- PENS335 to $1007 Ask for Booklet "E30" describing hun Sdreds of summer tours to Europe via Canadian Pacific. All travel in Europe by motor! France, Switzerland, Austria, Passion Play, Germany, Belgium, all ex penses,$395. All-of-EuropeTour,$995. 'The ORIENT-All Expenses, $715 to $1060 See Japan, China, the Philippines, f Hawaii. Enjoy the luxury of wonder ful, sunshiny days at sea as you cruise aboard the famous White Empresses of the Pacific. Ask for Booklet "O" describing four delightful tours. qITe WEST-CANADA-ALASKA All Expenses, S155 to $280 ' Travel by special train to the Wonder land of the West: see Yellowstone, the Pacific Coast, California, the Canadian Alps, Alaska. Parties leave Chicago every Sunday, all summer long. Ask for I Booklet "DW". Dept. 311, 180 North Michigan, Chicago, Illinois 521 Fifth Avenue, New York City 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111 H1 IIIm11111 111111IIIIII ll IIIII IIHIHIWII IIlllI II 11111111111111111 II l llill BELGIUM BECOMES EUROPE'S CENTER DOTH tourists and business chiefs are o making a bee line for Antwerp this year. The great International Maritime, Colonial Transport and Flemish Art Ex hibition is now open-until October under the patronage of their Majesties the King and Queen of the Belgians and sup ported by the Belgian, British, French, and German Governments. Exhibition literature and full information from Dor land, 205 East 42nd Street, New York City, or from any travel bureau. ANTWERP EXHIBITION "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."