The sidewalk was blockaded with sightseers
who had gathered to stare at sightseers
, justifying the natural law that every creature on earth is preyed upon by some other creature.
Indeed, the sightseers soon found that this particular sight was surrounded with the most extraordinary precautions.
Colonel Morris entered the room with two new visitors; presumably two new sightseers delayed by the accident.
By some subtle spiritual or physical alchemy observation had been transmuted into action--the sightseers
had become participants in the spectacle--the audience had usurped the stage.
Bert stood there in the middle of the bridge, in a place that most people who knew it remembered as a place populous with sightseers
and excursionists, and he was the only human being in sight there.
A crowd of morbid sightseers
were still gathered round Deep Dene House, which was just such a suburban villa as I had pictured.
Indeed, if ghosts have any interest in the affections of those who succeed them they must reap their richest harvests when the fine weather comes again and the lovers, the sightseers
, and the holiday-makers pour themselves out of trains and omnibuses into their old pleasure-grounds.
The air of the grounds and perhaps such a view of the house as any other sightseer
might get are quite enough for me.
Our pictures show sightseers
on the bridge at Weedon, Northamptonshire, looking down onto the motorway below.
The Storehouse is seen as a global tourist attraction with 93% of sightseers
at the venue in 2015 coming from overseas.
HMS Centaur arrives at Prince's Landing Stage watched by crowds of sightseers
on August 13, 1965
The accident occurred when the 33-year-old Pakistani driver of a tourism company lost control over the LandCruiser in which he was transporting sightseers