- n. Plural form of vacationer.
“As well as foreigners, we get Mexican vacationers from the mainland.”
“There were some bright spots, with St Lucia and the Bahamas seeing an uptick in German vacationers thanks to a new route flown by the German air charter carrier Condor.”
“Daniel says he started marketing the units as rentals, even though the tower is not done yet, because long-term vacationers typically book six months in advance.”
“The spill is at least 150 miles from the Texas coast and the message coastal communities are sending to vacationers is to keep coming.”
“This Jersey Shore home is part of a small enclave of homes located in Sea Bright, N.J. The home, which has a reverse living layout with bedrooms on lower floors and living area on the top floor, was built in 2005 and has been renting to summer vacationers since 2007.”
“Most restaurants are closed, and one's inner animal-rights fanatic may be awakened by the sight of ponies penned up on commercial property -- presumably for those vacationers more intrigued by soft-serve and souvenirs than a patient foray into the state park.”
“The body of the suspected gunman, 52-year-old Derrick Bird, was found in woods near Boot, a hamlet popular with hikers and vacationers in England's hilly, scenic Lake District.”
“These are not your back yard boy scouts camps," Smith says of the five-star, chandelier-adorned African resorts for ultra-wealthy vacationers.”
“She noted that the tsunami that hit people living in poor settlements along the coast after the quake also affected many middle and upper-class vacationers.”
“Since most of the island's Jewish history is centered around Kingston, the strategy fits the government's desire to boost tourism in the scruffy capital city most vacationers skip.”
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