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road trip

n.
A usually lengthy trip taken in a motor vehicle, especially for pleasure.

road′-trip′ v.
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The miles of tidepools and sand dunes leading up to Haystack Rock were peppered with other road-trippers and their dogs, taking selfies at arm's length in front of the 235-foot sea stack formed by lava flow 15 million years ago--and today home to seastars, puffins, anemones, and terns.
Dogs in Cars is a fun gift for dog lovers, road-trippers, car aficionados and anyone who wants to gaze upon joy, page after page.
Telecom has come to the aid of holidaying Aucklanders this summer with fast 4G for more hotspots popular with road-trippers, plus free WiFi, just in time for the annual Auckland summer holiday exodus.
And that isn't all - to help people make the most of their time, and their budgets, Stena Line has put together a range of great getaways for foot passengers and road-trippers that have something to suit everyone.
Road-trippers everywhere are rejoicing in their ability to control costs as the airline industry continues to add fees.
com) offers a variety of facilities to keep you and your fellow road-trippers entertained, with simple pleasures like cycle hire available and a hot tub on hand for the driver.
Whitney hitches a ride with the unlikely road-trippers, but Rob manages to track her down and things come to a head when Whitney's boyfriend and abusive ex come face to face on the pier.
I saw no one for hours as I drove north to Dead Horse Point in Canyonlands National Park, where Hollywood's famous road-trippers, Thelma and Louise, met their cliff-top demise.
Loch Ness, along with its dubious monster Nessie, Stonehenge, and even the Angel of the North - sometimes dubbed the "rusty monstrosity" - all feature in the must-see list for road-trippers.
Weary road-trippers will need to look elsewhere for petrol, but the Texaco Bungalow (888-253-8093; TexacoBungalow.
Participating travellers include Lonely Planet authors on tour, professional road-trippers and many amateurs with a knack for the pen and the shutter.
The acting is clearly not Oscar-standard but there is something fun and ultimately intriguing about the four clueless road-trippers with funky hair -- Shark, Yuto, Kimiko and Gunja Man -- as they venture up Australia's east coast in search of the perfect wave.