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day-tripper

One who travels to a destination for just one day, without an overnight stay. They save money by being day-trippers and avoiding costly hotel fees.
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day-tripper

a tourist who makes excursions lasting just one day. At about 4:00 P.M. the day-trippers start thinning out. Being a day-tripper is hard on your feet sometimes.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

day-tripper

n. a tourist who makes one-day trips. At about 4:00 p.m. the day-trippers start thinning out. Being a day-tripper is hard on your feet sometimes.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Hoping to attract families, day trippers and overseas tourists, Simon, who works part time at Newcastle University as a marine scientist, said: "I've lived by the coast for three years close to holiday flats.
Spokeswoman Sue Kirk blamed a small minority of troublemakers among the 100,000 day trippers the company carries each year on the route.
Day trippers get ready for a tour of Wales; and, left, fares and destinations from the White Rose Company A charabanc gets ready for a day out in the fresh air One of the unique collection of over 600 photographic negatives chronicling the charabancs that delighted tourists and day trippers to North Wales
DAY TRIPPERS: Getting ready on October 16, 1950, for a coach trip from Eston.
Twelve people, including six foreign tourists, were killed when a coach full of day trippers hit a truck head-on along the west coast of Egypt's Sinai peninsula yesterday, a security official said.Six tourists, including a Russian woman, as well as the coach driver and the policeman who travels with all tourist coaches in Egypt, were killed, the official said, along with four Egyptians travelling in the truck.
Possibly they simply do not wish to have day trippers on their numerous bus services?
They are being used by ever more day trippers too, bringing a healthy boost to trade in shops, cafes and restaurants.
PHI PHI ISLAND, Thailand - Day trippers enjoying sunbathing on the sandy beach of Lo Dalam Bay, one of the Phi Phi Don Island's twin bays that were worst hit by the tsunami.
Moreover, the "cheap amusements" that sprang up to lure day trippers "ensured that the island would not become a resort exclusively for the wealthy" (92).
Tour operator Transun is set to carry nearly 35,000 day trippers in the next seven months.
DAY TRIPPERS: Mike de Courcey is pictured with residents and helpers of Weaver Rest Home.