National Geographic : 1962 Sep
WONDER AT INCA BUILDINGS THAT RIVAL THE PYRAMIDS. Imagine 200-ton stones shaped with only sand and muscle, fitting together like a jigsaw puzzle. They're in Cuzco, Peru. At Machu Picchu, you'll see a stone city lost for 350 years. COMB THE BEACH WHERE ROBINSON CRUSOE LANDED. Fri day left his footprints here, off Chile's Pacific coast. From this lush island come the giant lob sters you'll eat in Valparaiso's seaside cafes. They're Chile's answer to Argentine beefsteak. FLY PANAGRA TO THE CHARMS OF SOUTH AMERICA Here are a few of the countless charms of South America. They fit like magic into even a two-week vacation-when you fly Panagra. Panagra has the most fre quent jets to Peru, Chile, Ar gentina. You're seeing South America the very first day of your trip. You fly on DC-8 jets with no change of plane over the routes of National, Pan Am and Panagra. ROUND-TRIP JET ECONOMY FARES Miami-Lima, Peru...... $380 New York-Buenos Aires. $599* Chicago-Buenos Aires... $671* Los Angeles-Buenos Aires $736* *including up to 7 other cities at no extra cost. See your travel agent, or call PanAm, sales agentfor Panagra. For Panagra's new 130-page book, "How to Get the Most Out of Your Trip to South Amer ica," send 25¢ to Don Wilson, Room 4471, Chrysler Bldg., New York 17. World's Friendliest Airline SIP WINE SO FINE EVEN THE FRENCH IMPORT IT. But the finest Chilean wines stay home. Visit the Undurraga Vineyards near Santiago. You're wel comed Chilean style-with samples of their famous wines. WHIRL DOWN THE WORLD'S WIDEST STREET. Buenos Aires has it-Ninth-of-July Avenue. Here, too, is one of the world's most tantalizing streets-Calle Florida, where vicunas and alli gators often turn up as coats and shoes.