Travel

  • I am a traveller; you are on holiday; he is a tourist.


    Descriptions, Distinctions, Travel

  • A husband who adds a roving dismissed disposition to a settled income is a mixed blessing. It is one thing to go to the end of the world, but it is quite another thing to make oneself at home there.


    Adventure, Home, Travel

  • If you frequent the more expensive hotels of Europe, you must be prepared to find in whatever country you may chance to be staying, a depressingly international likeness between them all


    Holidays, Hotels, Sameness, Travel

  • At my age, travel broadens the behind.


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  • Worth seeing but not worth going to see.
    [on the Giant’s Causeway]


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  • Thanks to the interstate highway system it is now possible to travel from coast to coast without seeing anything.


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  • I wouldn’t mind seeing China if I could come back on the same day.


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  • At first you fear you will die. Then, after it has a good hold on you, you fear you won’t die.
    [on sea-sickness]


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  • Everybody in fifteenth-century Spain was wrong about where China was and as a result, Columbus discovered Caribbean vacations.


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  • It is not worthwhile to go around the world to count the cats in Zanzibar.


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  • Like all great travellers, I have seen more than I remember, and remember more than I have seen.


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  • I haven’t been everywhere, but it is on my list.


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  • Luggage left alone unloaded
    Will be immediately exploded.


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  • I am of course known here as ‘English delight’.
    [on arriving in Turkey]


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  • I’m often unlucky enough to be picked out for those ‘special searches’ due to my obvious resemblance to Mr. Bin Laden.


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  • They say that travel broadens the mind but you must have the mind.


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  • Magnus; How long have you been a pedestrian?
    Simon; Ever since I could walk


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  • The freeway is the place where they (the Angelenos) spend the two calmest and most rewarding hours of their daily lives.


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  • Railways and the church have their critics, but both are the best ways of getting man to his ultimate destination.


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  • The only way of catching a train I discovered is to miss the train before.


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  • Nothing shortens a journey so pleasantly as an account of misfortunes at which the hearer is permitted to laugh.


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