comfort stop

Related to comfort stop: comfort station

comfort stop

n
informal a short break on a journey to allow travellers to go to the toilet
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Surely, as Spean Bridge is a very busy comfort stop for tourists, someone should be on site to ensure their cleanliness?
York is only four–and–a–half hours from Glasgow or Edinburgh by car, allowing time for a comfort stop.
Must be that blasted Rommel, the cat from across the road who uses my garden as a short cut and comfort stop on his way to torture local wildlife.
Reminiscent of the setup of "High Sierra" (and myriad imitators), story sees Carl making a comfort stop prior to pulling the bank job.
A packed lunch kept us going on the journey and a comfort stop gave us the chance to get close to the phenomenon that is Tonle Sap - the largest freshwater lake in southeast Asia.
Eccles, 37, produced the fightback of the tournament to beat Steve Maish before bowing out controversially in the last 16 to Adrian Lewis, who took an unscheduled comfort stop before their tie break and won 4-3.
So I was extremely disappointed when an ex-RAF colleague phoned me to say that when they paid a comfort stop on his coach from Heathrow to his home in Leeds, they found the toilets at third world level.
He said: 'At the moment it seems likely that the coach the party was travelling on made a comfort stop near Lyon while heading north to Calais and that the boy just didn't get back on the coach.
In the meantime, the toilet just sits with absolutely no purpose, whilst members of the public needing to make a comfort stop are forced to hunt down usable facilities elsewhere.
Can you imagine the trippers, weak with laughter, stepping on Pluto for a comfort stop and to stretch their legs?
After his comfort stop, the relieved prince walked with the Lord Lieutenant round the corner to the hall where he was formally welcomed.