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The whole object of travel is not to set foot on foreign land; it is at last to set foot on one's own country as a foreign land.
True and sincere traveling is no pastime, but it is as serious as the grave, or any part of the human journey, and it requires a l ...
The single road which runs lengthwise the Cape, now winding over the plain, now through the shrubbery, which scrapes the wheels of ...
Have we even so much as discovered and settled the shores? Let a man travel on foot along the coast ... and tell me if it looks li ...
In America there are two classes of travel--first class, and with children. Travelling with children corresponds roughly to travel ...
Exploration belongs to the Renaissance, travel to the bourgeois age, tourism to our proletarian moment. ... The explorer seeks the ...
A guide book is addressed to those who plan to follow the traveler, doing what he has done, but more selectively. A travel book, i ...
"The age of independent travel is drawing to an end," said E.M. Forster back in 1920, when it had been increasingly clear for deca ...
Travel is glamorous only in retrospect.
Extensive traveling induces a feeling of encapsulation, and travel, so broadening at first, contracts the mind.
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