excursion ticket

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QUOTES OF THE DAY "In my mid-fifties, my stroke has been a special excursion ticket into old age - socks and toenails a bewildering distance away, walking sticks with a mind of their own" The BBC's Andrew Marr "Lawyers are universally convinced they are doing the only worthwhile job in the world.
jpg They say my mid-fifties my stroke has been a special excursion ticket into old age - socks toenails a bewildering distance away, walking sticks with a mind of their own" - BBC's Andrew Marr.
In my mid-50s, my stroke has been a special excursion ticket into old age - socks and toenails a bewildering distance away, walking sticks with a mind of their own" The BBC's Andrew Marr.
Significant savings are also available on public transport, with special Pensioner Excursion Ticket and Regional Excursion Daily tickets offering all-day travel in Sydney and nearby metropolitan areas or regional areas for only $2.
BOAC was to cut its fares so that a 14 to 21-day excursion ticket from London to Montreal would cost pounds 98 19s.
By 1930 it had also introduced an excursion ticket, which allowed a complete circuit of the city for just one shilling (5p), as long as you boarded the bus before 2.
EUROSTAR has an excursion ticket available for return travel to Paris at Pounds 99 per person.
Unable to pursue any of his favourite sports, Updike's convalescent hero accepts he is on a one-way excursion ticket and that journey's end is near.
On short-haul, business travellers are routinely charged three times more than excursion ticket holders.
If an employment contract provides for "round trip excursion tickets to spouse and children" the employer is legally bound to bear the full cost of the tickets for the family.
Piggyback as far as you can on expenses, and then take off with a local airpass or series of excursion tickets.