National Geographic : 1950 Mar
Signs of a Royal Welcome... --w 1 ' \- i* .. . everywhere you go! * Wherever you move in 600-mile-long Britain, you're sure of being welcomed in the royal tradition of hospitality to travellers. For in Britain we've never lost our Island habit of thinking of our visitors as guests. We take C C--35 a real pleasure in helping you share J all the things we delight in ourselves... our lovely countryside, our ancient places, our colorful events, our background of 2000 years of history. 0 So come where no journey is far.., and - King's G your dollar goes farther! Start planning now to explore Britain's byways, as well as her highways; to stop "Ro in her famous village inns, as well as her modern hotels. othei Make your visit a country-wide vacation, mouW taking all Britain in your stride! their ways almo life ii The trav( P Brita that' A see e Royal Windsor Horse Show, in May _- Va - A ateway, Trinity College, Cambridgi al" ones, sporting ones, rs that commemorate fa Speople or events . . . in infinite variety, Britain's ide Inn Signs symbolize st every aspect of British i the present and the past. y constantly remind all 'Hers how many-sided are in's interests.., how much s different they can do and ach easily-planned day! /~' , , i ^YOUR DOLLAR GOES FARThER! (1. M [I Ask your travel agent to Roa Hele show you how devoluo RoyalHtenley Regatta * - tion has cut your costs 4U in Britain by almost one third! Ask him, too, for S"COMING EVENTS" S 1and other illustratedliterature,or write ?BRITISH TRAVEL CENTRE, 336 Madison Ave., N.Y.17,N. Y. Come early, in April or May... and avoid the midsummer rush!