- n. the practice of staying in youth hostels when on holiday, or travelling
- hostel + -ing (Wiktionary)
“Equipped with its own bar serving "cider and sandwiches, muffins and cookies", this is hostelling for guests who like everything just so.”
“Years ago, Alan Partridge satirised TV content with his call for Monkey Tennis and Youth hostelling with Chris Eubank to be commisioned - now we have Dog Borstal and Help Me Anthea, I'm infested and the BBC insiders can't see the problem.”
“Last summer, we spent a month piggy backing, hitch hiking, and hostelling it across the great Canadian Maritimes.”
“It also plans to grade backpacker and hostelling establishments, tour operators, and tourist transport service providers.”
“It also plans to set up grading systems for backpacker and hostelling establishments, restaurants, tour operators, and tourist transport service providers.”
“The sub-sectors that will be graded are backpackers and hostelling, caravan parks and camping, conference venues, food and beverage facilities, tourist transport service providers, tour operators, tourism retailers, attractions and travel agents.”
“Many furtive sketches of his teachers survive in his old exercise books, and his diaries are spangled with vivacious cartoons; one favourite shows a drunken German, done when he went on a cycling tour, youth hostelling round Germany and Austria in the summer of 1936.”
“HI-USA -- "To help all gain a greater understanding of the world through hostelling.”
“Yesterday my brother and I checked out of the youth hostel - it was a nice place, but I think it would have been better if we'd had the time to focus on the youth hostelling experience.”
“Hostelling International to get the battered but elegant mansion on the hostelling map and connected to the community.”
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