day-tripper


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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.

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.
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Thousands of day-trippers are leaving their cars at home and letting the train take the strain as they embark on visits out of Birmingham.
Day-tripper Neata was 23 when she spent hours trying to find the trinket on the beach at Poole, Dorset.
A DAY-tripper involved in a lewd act with a 15-year- old girl in a busy North Wales park was fined pounds 100 yesterday.
Day-trippers have already started to visit this one of the most distinctive winter center to embrace its amazing nature richness, which presents wide range of activities to visitors.
e two-carriage train pulled into Barry Docks station absolutely packed with day-trippers.
AFASIC Cymru Family Day at Bodelwyddan Castle takes place on May 29, and thanks to funding from the charity Day-trippers, they are able to offer free places at the Alice in Wonderland Tea Party for young people with speech, language and/or communication needs, that is taking place on the day.
What brought the iron men here is what brought us here: day-trippers, dog walkers, the allure of water's point of departure.
ANORTH EAST agricultural contractor is warning day-trippers and holiday-makers to take care travelling through the countryside as harvest time approaches.
Day-trippers and locals sunbathed in the Queen of Welsh resorts and other seaside towns and sparked a sharp increase in business.
DAY-TRIPPERS are worth nearly pounds 3bn to the Welsh economy every year, research has found.
THOUSANDS of day-trippers are out of pocket after one of the country's biggest coach firms collapsed.
DAY-trippers heading to historic Stratford-upon-Avon are to get more Saturday train services this summer.
Thousands of tourists and day-trippers are set to flock to the region's castles, parks, museums, stately homes, nature reserves and canal network over the three-day break.
Day-trippers from the North East are also less likely to be put off their outing by bad weather.
THESE rainsoaked French day-trippers on a free trip to Margate were so sacre bleu with cold yesterday that all they wanted to do was go straight home again.