Rough Riders

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Rough′ Rid′er


n.
a member of a volunteer regiment of cavalry organized by Theodore Roosevelt and Leonard Wood for service in the Spanish-American War.
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The town, which buzzes during the day with tourists catching trains to and from Aguas Calientes, is hushed at night, with locals peddling three-wheel motorcycle rickshaw taxis, transporting weary walkers the few blocks to their destination.
Several show displays offer the chance for weary walkers to sit down and relieve aching feet in lounge-like areas that also offer recharging plug ports for portable electronics.
But hopefully the following suggestions will whet the appetite to explore more good pubs that are handy for foot weary walkers who have worked up a thirst and a desire for food.
From here the way remains faithfully by the Severn as it meanders on to historic Worcester, Tewkesbuy and Gloucester in which respectively two magnificent cathedrals and one lovely old abbey are welcome landmarks for weary walkers reaching the end of yet another day.
From here the way remains faithfully by the Severn as it meanders on to Worcester, Tewkesbuy and Gloucester in which respectively two magnificent cathedrals and one lovely abbey are welcome landmarks for weary walkers reaching the end of yet another day.
It would certainly cut the numbers, but that might not go down too well at the summit cafe, Hafod Eryri, which must rely on weary walkers seeking refreshment.
It offers weary walkers a little luxury at the end of a hard day's hiking, not to mention delicious dinners and breakfasts prepared by owner Ruth Evans.
Talking benches which treat weary walkers to recorded musings from the celebrities have been unveiled by the National Trust.
Dan recalled one of the most challenging stretches during a hot spell when, like an oasis in the desert, a woman appeared at a foldout table, slicing watermelons for the weary walkers.
For example, many weary walkers have spent an enjoyable evening in the lively surrounds of the Drover's Inn at Inverarnan.
Six years later, he embarked on the first of his nine walks for leukaemia from John O'Groats to Land's End, walking over the finishing line with several other weary walkers wearing morning suits before diving into the sea.
Weary walkers once forced to tramp the sidewalks can sit back as the trolley delivers them to the doorsteps of local businesses.