Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on May 21, 1967 · Page 96
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 96

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, May 21, 1967
Page 96
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EXTRA BEDROOM FOR SALE! Let your summer guests sleep in comfort 7 famous brands to choose from A SIZE AND STYLE TD FIT YOUR BOOM A MICE TO FIT YOUR IUD6ET IAS/ TERMS · FREE DEI/VERY SLEEP SIIOPPE "SIMMONS HIDE-X-BED HEtDQUUTEJlS" 5fh and Long Beach Blvd. HE. 7-3097 Acron frejH Smmn--D«wtfiwi !···? leach Op E»««l««i 'Til ». Ttn. (, S.t. 'Til i, Cl.urf SM. Raiding reefer custom in Japan Raiding the refrigerator is an old Japanese custom, says the Japan National Tourist Organization. Trave l e r s who stay at Japanese-style Inns (ryo- kan) will usually find a small, well-stocked electric refrigerator in their rooms. They are likely to contain soft drinks, bottled soda water, Ice cubes and beer plus such tempting snacks as cheese, rice crackers and surprisingly tasty fish and seaweed tidbits. When hunger pangs strike between meals or late at night, ryokan guests can raid t h e i r o w n refrigerators. They are charged only for items they consume. Legend of the Incas bared for tourists BLUE HAVEN POOLS FREE BONUS iBLUE ICHIP ; STAMPS ANYONE CALLING SUNDAY, MONDAY, OR TUESDAY MAY 21, 22 or 23 WILL RECEIVE AN AUTOMATIC POOL CLEANING SYSTEM* UP TO 10 YEARS AVAILARLE (RANK FINANCING) WINTER PRICES NOW BLUE CHIP POOL $ LIMITED THE ONLY 1595 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK--CALL OR VISIT TODAY! LONG IEACH Mint ME 3-2549 DOWNEY 9G4S E. FirtriMt Blvd. TO 9-0941 WHITTIER 15234 E. Whitticr (Iv4. OX 3-2738 ORAN6E COUNTY JE 0-1142 or Ml 6-5094 BLUEHAVEN ·HUE! iCHIP (Continued from Page 16) connections to Cuzco, the famous seat of. the Inca empire. The ride takes about 12 hours. AH along the way, the scenery is magnificent. It helps one to understand why the Incas sought to "capture" one of the magnificent peaks by building the awesome complex known as Machu Picchu. The site is three hours by rail from Cuzco. The slight inconveniences that attend a trip to Machu Picchu are soon forgotten in the splendor of the surroundings. Many tourists who visit Cuzco and Machu Picchu after La 1'az avoid How to enjoy San Francisco T h e r e exists a S a n Francisco that is a far cry from the topless clubs and Haight-Asbury, a San Francisco that families with children can explore in depth for an entire week and then spend three more days soaking up the countryside. H can be found in a new paperback, "How to Enjoy 1 to 10 Perfect Days in San F r a n c i s c o " just published by Collier Books (Maacrnillan Co., 866 Third Ave., New Y o r k , N.Y. 10022, 95 cents). This in- il formative guide takes you from the top of Nob Hill to Fisherman's Wharf to nearby Monterey, Reno, and Yosemite National Park. the siroche, or altitude sickness, that afflicts others arriving from sea-level Lima. Plans are under way to Introduce pressurized aircraft on the run from Lima to eliminate the use of oxygen bottles as the planes soar over the Altiplano. * * * * A S E V E N - D A Y tour from Lima to Lake Titlcaca, and Including Cuzco and Machu Picchu, can be had for about $200. Lima, P e r u 's exciting capital, Is a good place to relax before moving on to the end of the Inca trail in Ecuador, less than two hours to the North by air. Lima has several museums with relics of Inca life. In Quito, the traveler Is again transported into a different world, clean, neat and very Indian. It was in Quito In 1533 that the Spanish ended the Inca empire with the defeat and death of Atahualpa, the last of the Great Inca rulers. The Conquistadors built in Ecuador what is often d e s c 1 r b e d as the most Spanish of South American colonial capitals, and the city's churches are among the most beautiful in the world. The best buys In the area are excellent tweeds, blankets and rugs. Most of the larger hotels can direct the visitor to reliable guides for inexpensive trips in and around the capital. · WITH PURCHASE OF A ILU£ HAVEN CUSTOM POOL STARTED WITHIN NEXT M DAYS A GREAT WAY TO RELAX Enroll Now for 7967 Session-Adult Music Education ORGAN COURSE for BEGINNERS A complete 7-weelc course of organ instruction for adult beginners on full size, 2-lteyboard organs. All music materials, professional class instruction and privat* practice facilities are included in th« small fei. CLASSES AKE AJ CONVENIENT HOURS $8.95 Fee for full course of lessons and materials ENROLL NOW--P»o«« ,r v\M o.r Or,a. Dtpf. WE ARE ALSO STARTING: · lM«mt«4lat* »d AdraiKi · Ckilrfreg'i rk.o Clatws · Children's Or9«i Clnin Clasxs WALLICHS MUSIC CITY 5255 LAKEWOOD BLVD. Lolwwootf orEN M s° Oakland Zoo is relocated, expanded If you plan a trip to Oakland, a. must stop is the Knowland State Arboretum and Park, located in the Oakland Hills overlooking San Francisco Bay. Operated and developed by the Oakland Park Department since 1957, this 525-acre park has undergone an impressive transformation. The 200 has been completely relocated in a canyon rising to a knoll overlooking the entire East Bay Area. Layout of the zoo follows the contours of the canyon within which it nestles. Setting the architectural tone for the whole area is R 60-foot cylindrical gibbon tower on the zoo entrance plaza. Nearby are concession stands, including a gift shop, and a ride area where youngsters may try many small cars or the family may take a whirl around the perimeter of the canyon in the Skyline Daylight, a miniature train complete with a Vista Dome coach. * * * # NEWEST unit In the park is the "Baby Zoo" operated by members of Germany's famed Ruhe family, developers of zoos and exhibits for over 300 years. Under their expert guidance this "Baby Zoo" has b e e n delighting children since its introduction to the zoo complex. The Ruhe's have designed this setting to give children the opportunity to feed, cuddle, and pet the =! baby domestic and tamed animals. The Park is open from 9 a.m. to dusk daily. The zoo closes at 4:30 p.m., and the "Baby Zoo" is open from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Admission to the "Baby Zoo" Is 25 cents for children and 50 cents for adults. I For more information on Knowland Park and other visitor attractions and accommodations in Oakland write: Visitor Service Department, Oakland Chamber of Commerce, 1320 Webster Street, Oakland,' 94612. Booklet offered A colorful 32-page booklet, "1967-68 Travel Planner," containing a wide variety of information essential to planning a vaction, is being offered free to the independent traveler. Copies may be obtained by seeling a postcard to SAS, 638 Fifth Ave., New York, N. or by contacting your travel agent. . . · Eighteirf

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