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Synonyms for stopover

Synonyms for stopover

a stopping place on a journey


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a brief stay in the course of a journey

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We are introducing this new beach stopover to cruise liners as part of our ongoing efforts to reinforce the Emirate s appeal as a leading cruise tourism destination in the region.
8220;Madison House Presents produces awesome festivals, and the Gentlemen of the Road Stopover tours have created an epic weekend of musical talent,” said Brian Allman, CEO of RYDE.
This is the team's first entry in the extremely challenging 39,000-mile race that started October 11, 2014 from Alicante, Spain and features stopovers in 10 ports around the world.
Essential Stopover -- guests are able to enjoy their first night free if staying a minimum of two nights.
Mass changes of migratory landbirds during stopovers in a New York City park.
These birds make a migratory stopover during spring and autumn, in order to replenish their exhausted energy reserves.
The research results have shown that the duration of a bird's stopover is not only influenced by environmental factors, such as wind and weather conditions, or a genetically-programmed internal urge.
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian on Thursday unexpectedly canceled a planned stopover on U.
those stopovers were simply for providing fuel," he said.
The service will be launched on 1 May and will include stopovers in Nairobi, Kenya, and Entebbe, Uganda, Deutsche Presse-Agentur reported.
The cruise includes stopovers in Stockholm, Tallinn, an overnight stay in St Petersburg and the fairytale city of Copenhagen.
With the facts as given in "Flight bums less fuel than stopovers," (SN: 7/12/03, p.
Stopovers allow crew members to regain their strength, which they will need--especially when they sail through the treacherous waters of the Southern Ocean.
But while stopovers showed solid growth, cruise ship passenger arrivals declined by 8.