day-tripper

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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.

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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DCT Abu Dhabi said more than 10 million visitors came to the UAE capital last year, made up of both day-trippers and overnight guests, with the hotel guests increasing by 3.94 percent compared to 2017 at one of the emirate's 168 hotels or hotel apartments.
Many day-trippers flocked to the beach to see the Tall Ships for a final time, before they set sail for Ireland.
Surely the irony can't be lost on day-trippers that the places they seek out because they're beautiful are the places they destroy by leaving behind chip packets and empty cans.
For so long it was the region's premier seaside resort which was thronged with day-trippers and holiday-makers having fun.
The calls followed the deaths of seven men last summer at Camber Sands - which can attract up to 30,000 day-trippers during peak season - including five young men of Sri Lankan origin.
A century ago there were hardly any to be found around these islands, but increasing numbers of holiday-makers and day-trippers and their insistence on feeding these creatures has swollen their numbers enormously.
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.
Day-trippers and locals sunbathed in the Queen of Welsh resorts and other seaside towns and sparked a sharp increase in business.
1984 Blind day-trippers from Gateshead set off for York today with a new guide.
Last night Trust spokesman Jeremy Barlow said: "The Stickle Barn has been a key part of life in the area for more than 40 years and is already a popular destination for walkers, bikers, climbers and campers, as well as day-trippers."
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.
The looon St Kilda will be for day-trippers at the windswept Atlantic beauty spot.