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"hamburg american line" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"hamburg american line" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"The Saturday steamers of this line from New York call Thursday at Kingston Jamaica. Where they remained until two PM Friday. They are due Cologne at noon on Sunday. The Wednesday, steamers take a day less for the trip. At Kingston, arrive on Monday. They remained from seven am till four PM. The Isthmus is reached at one pm on Wednesday. The opportunity to go by way of new, Orleans may appeal especially in winter to some who have not visited that city, and those who desire to avoid the possibility of two or three cold stormy days on the see before entering the regions of perpetual summer. The steamer sale in five days to Cologne the Saturday boats arriving Thursday am and the Wednesday boats Monday morning. The foliage to Panama indeed all of the six or seven weeks on the C. which are a necessary part of this tour will be likely to prove an agreeable experience, even to those who, as a rule do not enjoy the ocean. While the waters of the Atlantic may at any season be turbulent and tempestuous. The portions of both oceans which are to be reversed. Are for the most part so smooth that unless persons are determined to be seasick whether they have occasion or not, it is probable that they will suffer little or none from this unpleasant malady. Ordinarily this sale to Panama under sunny skies, over unruffled, sees in weather after a day or two warm enough for summer, clothing is a pleasure unalloyed. On the Caribbean might be trifle muggy and sticky. But if favoured with sunshine, the wonderful blue of the waters deeper than that of the Bay of Naples, afford solace. On some of the ships, little dance on deck, if happily under a tropical moon. May Be Inexperience affording delightful memories. After leaving New York, harbor and the enjoying coast. The first land to come within range of vision is that of what links island noted for a lighthouse of great power value. Otherwise unimportant it acquires interest from the fact that on this shore. Columbus is believed to have made his first landing in the Western world. The. Is thus entitled to the more pretentious name San, Salvador. Bestowed by the great explorer upon the land where I teach rod in devout Thanksgiving after many weeks of painful suspense upon the limitless ocean. Fortunate is the traveler who toward sunset enters windward channel, passing before dark, desolate wooded bluffs of the eastern extremity of Cuba Cape Maisy and later having a look at the southeast shores, where rise somber forest covered peaks to an imposing height, the loftiest above eight thousand feet. From Panama or United Fruit company steamer no more. Will you see of Cuba? But on a boat of the Royal Mail you will already have called the den Tia in the eastern section of the island's northern shore, a new and growing seaport, a neat Pay Bay and the North Terminus of the Cuban railway. Extensive docking facilities have been provided large warehouses immense tanks for molasses. A good hotel. And plans are made for building here a great commercial city. By the Hamburg American line. The first call made on the south side of the island. At the more famous inconsiderable city Santiago de Cuba. which founded in fifteen, fourteen is said to be the oldest settlement of size in the western. Hemisphere It has also historic interest. That Hernandez Cortez from this port. November Eighteenth fifteen eighteen set out for the bold conquest of the as tech empire is a fact less widely known than the more recent circumstance. That in this sheltered harbour, the fleet of Admiral Cervera Lay concealed. Until July third eighteen, ninety eight, it sailed forth to its doom. In the narrow porthole, less than six hundred feet, wide rest, the old merrimack. Sunk by Lieutenant Sin and seven others June third eighteen ninety A. On the right of the entrance, Crowning Bluff, two hundred feet high is the old, moreover castle, an ancient fortress of picturesque appearance begun soon after the founding of the city and possessing towers and turrets in genuine medieval style. Six miles farther at the head of the bay on a sloping terrace with steep hills behind is the bright gaze city. Though at the noon tied our. It may seem a trifle sleepy and dog. If time permits a drive on the fine roads will be enjoyed. To the San Juan battlefield, three miles distant. And to L. convey a little further. The fare is one dollar fifty cents for a single person two dollars for several. The longer Dr Tomorrow Castle Fair Three Dollars Fifty cents affords charming views. In the city one proceeds I to the plaza. Where on one side is the Great Cathedral called the largest in Cuba. Containing rare marbles and Mahogany choir stalls. On the other sides are the CASA, Grande Hotel and the Phoenix restaurant. Nearby is the filler Mugniyah Theater where the famous diva other leany potty is said to have made her debut. A few may care to visit the spot where the captain and sailors of the Virginia s were executed as filibusters in eighteen, seventy, three, a slaughter pen name the Harbor Front to the East to Cuba railway station. An inscribed tablet, there commemorates the sad defend. Kingston Jamaica is presented by all of the steamers. Those of the Panama Line. The Wednesday boat of the United Fruit Company having previously touched at Port Antonio on the northeast side of the same island. The port, a busy place, allowing its present prosperity chiefly to our fondness for bananas. Captain Baker of Boston in eighteen sixty eight. Began the trade which the United. Fruit company has developed to immense proportions. The Splendid Hotel to.

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"hamburg american line" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"hamburg american line" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"In nineteen eighty three before the United States occupation, there was no choice as to means of transport to the Isthmus A. Steamship Company that of the Panama, Canal Road. Dispatch vessel from New York once a week. Now there are four different lines with as many weekly sailings besides one from New Orleans. A more convenient point of departure for many south of Mason and Dixon's line. The four companies all with headquarters in New York won't gladly furnish the latest information in regard to their own sailing and accommodations as on other points in reference to the tour. The lowest fare from New York to Cologne seventy five dollars. Took Panama Seventy eight dollars. Is the same on all lines. Better accommodations being provided for supplementary fee a from fifteen dollars up. It is wisdom to purchase if not a ticket for the round trip. One is far at least as Malindo one hundred ninety one dollars. As, a slight reduction is made on through tickets. Stopovers are allowed at any of the ports of call. And on the East or West. Coasts of South America. The journey may if more convenient be resumed on certain other lines of steamers without extra charge. Save for embarking or disembarking in the small boats. The respective merits of the four steamship lines to Panama are a matter of opinion. On three days. I have enjoyed the voyage. Especially, my last in luxurious suite on the Prince August. Villa helm the Atlas Hamburg. American line. The Old Panama Company claims that its boats are provided with all of the comforts afforded by the others including. With private baths. It has slightly irregular sailings seven among. With several steamers, making the journey in six days, instead of the seven, eight or nine occupied by ships.

Panama New York Isthmus A. Steamship Company Old Panama Company New Orleans United States South America Atlas Hamburg Mason Dixon
"hamburg american line" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"hamburg american line" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"A round trip ticket from New York to New, York. Good either by the Straits or across the Andes may be purchased for four hundred seventy five dollars. Or including a return by way of Europe for five hundred five dollars. Additional expenses may be from five hundred or less to one thousand or more, according to the person, the time and the number of side trips taken. By several tourist agencies, personally conducted parties are semi annually dispatched to South America. At a cost varying from one, thousand, three, hundred seventy five dollars for a tour of ninety eight or ninety nine days to two thousand, two hundred fifty dollars for one hundred forty six days. Also the Hamburg American line has sent a ship around Valparaiso by way of the Straits. Tickets, four hundred seventy five dollars to three thousand dollars. Optional extra short trips, three hundred dollars or more. On the completion of the canal they will probably have ship making the entire circuit. Persons who prefer to be relieved of care or who do not speak, Spanish. The language current at all points of the journey save Brazil. And they're understood by educated people. We'll do well to join a party even if their time is limited. Those, who can devote a longer period to the trip? And who liked to do their own planning? May seem more by themselves either greater or less expens-? One Who speaks only English. By keeping to the mainland travel and a patronizing, the leading hotels should have no serious difficulty. Though it is of course an advantage, but only gained by one who is familiar with Latin or French to have some acquaintance with Spanish an easy and beautiful language. Up Bear smattering picked up from a phrasebook on. The foliage is better than nothing while a conversation, knowledge greatly enhances the pleasure and Prophet of the journey. In regard to baggage, the less taken the better. Both on account of the expense, and because of the care entails. Yet it is well to have a fair supply of close since evening. Dress is everywhere more strictly on rag. Then in most parts of the United States to the steamships are not all rigid as to the precise amount of baggage, though the allowance on different lines varies from one, hundred, fifty, two four hundred pounds. The railroads are strict and the baggage is expensive. Only one hundred pounds are allowed. Going up to Bolivia by the southern railway of Peru. A heavy box or to make cost as.

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"hamburg american line" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

16:07 min | 1 year ago

"hamburg american line" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"One man. Express it after what I think is uncle it was one of the oddest could be honest. Experiences of my life degreed him columbine his name yeah. wieners described as negative celebrity. We just recognize any celebrity. Now is positive but that's a good example of it back then but the guy was still going to see him in paying money to see him. Yeah exactly there's there's no different today than then you just wanted to see the celebrity and even if it's someone who's completely ruining society you're you're like well I mean I want to get a picture. WEYMOUTH described Tom. Arnold Williams was described as quote a quiet friendly and personable young man who obviously has a great store of knowledge about conditions in present day Germany and it was not afraid to say exactly what he thinks. He resembles his famous uncle and then he has the same mystic Brown eyes and respect expect to character and attitude. He's a totally different sort of person. Read that other Article Same Mustache and says they genetically some papers had a good time. I am the Boston Globe. One thousand nine hundred eighty nine quote. Hold onto your seats folks Hitler and personal speak in Boston at Ford Hall Forum on Sunday Sunday octave twenty-ninth. Relax it's it's not eight off his nephew Patrick Hitler he was he was now saying it off had him arrested and tossed into a concentration camp. Oh my God. So He's blowing up the story a little bit. There's a lot unpack there. I honestly was hoping so much is that there was not a clarifier in their God. We've still we gotTA GET OUTTA here it last year so there's a big night where they went and arrested the tons of political opponents and he said even I got picked up in that sting. They kept me in jail for a day and then through many concentration camps so he's and by the way that's one of those stories as well that builds over time. I like how Brian Williams when he talked. Yeah we'll be took on. I was shot five times in the leg from an RPG. God He's still doing the I would probably do the same thing. If I was Hitler's nephew I'll be like yeah no concentration camp And then I broke right out of their data broke out of that killed all the Nazi guards the data and then I left there right away and then I came over here. Because I was like America's the best also go celtics. I've loved upset. A couple of days later the Philadelphia enquirer a headline quote. Uncle wouldn't get me good job. Give you two hundred fifty dealers back in anything but this also talk. My uncle offered me a job with the Hamburg American line but I told him the salary was too small. Aw I went and got a job with a bank. He's just he's just because he hated the job with the bank. I find that I finally left Germany because my uncle and his friends were against me so I mean good Lord to write your life like a comedy nuclear waste the Wilkes Bar evening. News headline quote. Hitler's kin here. That's not this is weird. I was reading all the headlines and I was like. Oh my God they so the papers down the line line on this tour are trying to come up with different headlines than the ones that already been made right and it's getting harder. It was getting hard right. He's a hit ler boss. It's been a long night in bar. He told the crowd of nine hundred that the Nazis popularity was waning in Germany. So he's he's a big fucking tour. He's making money right. You know right like he has a squarespace website. Yeah right yeah. A few months later he was saying the Hitler leaders all lived in castles and palaces and had eight or ten limousines ate caviar and had state ballet's at their command so he's just because there's no can fact check right exactly fake news after spending some time in the US. William apparently decided he wanted to fight against his uncle. Adolf Hitler in reality not just in this mythical world is created in March eighth nineteen forty four addition of the Democrat and Chronicle said William had quote been trying for the last few years to enlist in the British American American or Canadian Forces and he was turned down on each attempt when the authorities came to that part of the questionnaire in which applicants list relatives a who are or have been in the armed forces of enemy nations. I told you about my my cousin Chad there the guy that is everyone so we can move. Oh sorry uncle my Uncle is named Adolf Hitler and I think he does something in Germany. I'm not sure what it is. But they're sorry off. Hitler Yeah and I I. Let's circle back on my cousin Chad because I think that's the interesting when I think we're I think we're GonNa hold you right there about Adolf Hitler. Yeah Little Mustache Cutie Pie. Got Little. Comb over little yells. I also lot big yellow big yeller. Yeah yeah so I guess that's it and like I said my cousin Chad we're not gonNA need to we're good. We're we're going to take take a pass now. You're literally the only person that we're not gonNA let fight in World War Two. I would I again want to point out that I am super. I've got about black people. We tried to keep them out for a while right. Yeah we let them in after all but you specifically ready ready only human being. We don't want fighting for our side because I'm a bone spurs now the analyst the what my uncle yeah yeah all right well can I have some of these mints. Nope all right. We'll see so. They all told William Patrick that there was no room for him and the military okay he wanted to get into one of the air force. This is because he felt that he might have a shot at killing his uncle Adolf. Wow not getting anywhere. The Military William then wrote to President Roosevelt Roosevelt. Okay which FDR saw it and it was like. Oh that's a fucking PR. Coup that also make Hitler crazy shockingly news going on yeah so the FBI did a background check. They found no evidence of severe subversive activities. And William enlisted in the US Navy in nineteen forty four. Wow He Muslim so happy. It's also going to be really weird if you are like next to him working in the navy. Yeah you'd be like sorry what do you I mean. Imagine the The shirt that's a funny joke. What's your real Shirts say and I but I don't think there was a uncommon name name because when I was searching newspapers I kept running across like Sammy. Hitler like in America just guys constantly right now. It's like when you have the same name. Name is a serial killer you like by the way not not Ted Bundy. Yeah so so John Wayne macy. It's different macy. I hate clowns. He served as a pharmacist's mate. which later you hang out with the pharmacy or you may with them? Yeah you WANNA have sex again baby make shit were just doing the job that later. That was later changed to hospital corpsman a little more nicer job he. There's going to be more in England soon right Mike. Oh sorry yeah you're GonNa have more with the NHL. Soon Corpsman in England. I think Oh yes definitely started already in America's going to be running war fuck up. Your healthcare gives us a chance. We fucked you guys. We're GONNA have so much fun. Watching them with diabetes dies because they can't afford the medicine. Did you see that video of them but it was just someone went over. There just was telling people it was like how much do you. I think it costs to get an ambulance and be more. Yeah I don't know hundred dollars like twenty five hundred it'd be like what the fuck you talking about it. How much do you get to hold your baby? Oh hold your baby five dollars if you have a C.. Section cost thirty five dollars to hold your baby afterwards. Baby SCR crazy. Oh the baggage fee hospital fees and an advil twenty totally. That's very special magical Dr. Yeah so William ended up being wounded and discharged after serving eighteen months He got a purple heart uncle. that a black one. And then William Patrick. Hitler dropped off the map after after the war. The last name Hitler was not a great one to have one within changed his surname to Stewart Houston and married German women bore born Phyllis Asia. Jean Jacques. He tried to distance himself from his previous life and really anything to do with his genocidal. Oh Adolf Hitler. Alabama's also want to distance himself from his brother. In Germany he had survived the war and When questioned by the Brits they said he was quote blameless and scared stiff of being associated with the fears activities we of course he was? Yeah everybody was in Germany at that point literally exactly right. It doesn't mean there are definitely people like he's the best like I never knew him but apparently because of the his whole the Hitler's all nepotism thing like so l.. Always just kept running his tea room until he couldn't anymore but that was.

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"hamburg american line" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"hamburg american line" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"A ticket for the judgment vote the richmond but in the end i was giving fifty mark voucher to spend on the boat left did they did they not so this was my fortune i couldn't speak english i wanted to be and america's i had fourteen dollars and fifty friend to be spent on the show when i i ran to the brand new station with my family franson theatrical be pretty you know i used to work for you know and i remember the dream was there and and the statue was a have against young man with the elegance lady andy there man said to the woman rams chiefs charlotte this goodbyes and crying and so on morning joe less it's good to know so dishwasher may be message they goodbye message from hung on gary in hungarian percent each good one to lash so of course my passport san dimas jewish and i had misgivings in germany knowing humble guy to center zooming out channel but they didn't say you they invented this rule in the border the gun slammed richard this rush because they're still any strange situation because most of they totally class i wish to express their jewish ensure that there was a swastika mac and they got the kosher food is they want it because he's watching judgment maybe it was the hamburg american line it was business so by three nine years right it turned out that any visitors go watch the first class was not allowed to land that was my first introduction to democracy because i was a doozy scratch show and he i couldn't go to new york they don't have the state and randy immigration officials and he came on the boat before we lend it you know and when a big old directors who i could speak german members english she drove me and the guy at washington's national news guys try isn't an anti says what these universities major i did know the dish was left in the question and they couldn't ask you should be joined by jewish then you are hebrew he said the clause that this wasn't set governments message make you cry i know the name of dismissing i found in the basement of what jewish is right in this but any racially boarding let me go and they they didn't send me that these names to have this identity because then they vote a ship company which has to pay my dinner my into my breakfast in so much cheaper for them to keep me on the boat or night and they just hired a hungarian in their magic young custom guard who i was down one or the other you trish allowed but i was register and they were.

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