Travel Quotes (889 Quotes)

    A fondness for roving, for making a name for themselves in their onw country, and for boasting of what they had seen in their travels, was so strong in our two wanderers, that they resolved to be no longer happy; and demanded permission of the king to leave the country.

    Places do not lose their identity, however far one travels. It is the heart that begins to erode over time. The face in the hotel mirror seems blurred some mornings, as if by too many casual looks. By ten the sheets will be laundered, the carpet swept. The names on the hotel registers change as we pass. We leave no trace as we pass on. Ghostlike, we cast no shadow.

    If you can't, or won't, think of Seymour, then you go right ahead and call in some ignorant psychoanalyst. You just do that. You just call in some analyst who's experienced in adjusting people to the joys of television, and Life magazine every Wednesday, and European travel, and the H-bomb, and Presidential elections, and the front page of the Times, and God knows what else that's gloriously normal.

    The surface of the earth is soft and impressible by the feet of men; and so with the paths which the mind travels. How worn and dusty, then, must be the highways of the world, how deep the ruts of tradition and conformity! I did not wish to take a cabin passage, but rather to go before the mast and on the deck of the world, for there I could best see the moonlight amid the mountains.

    Do you know what hurts so very much? It's love. Love is the strongest force in the world, and when it is blocked that means pain. There are two things we can do when this happens. We can kill that love so that it stops hurting. But then of course part of us dies, too. Or we can ask God to open up another route for that love to travel.

    Medicine, electronic communications, space travel, genetic manipulation . . . these are the miracles about which we now tell our children. These are the miracles we herald as proof that science will bring us the answers. The ancient stories of immaculate conceptions, burning bushes, and parting seas are no longer relevant. God has become obsolete. Science has won the battle.

    My fine visions are all very well, but I must not forget they are absolutely unreal. I have a rosy sky and a green flowery Eden in my brain; but without, I am perfectly aware, lies at my feet a rough tract to travel, and around me gather black tempests to encounter.

    I think there are going to be a lot of empty nester types who don't want their 5,000-square-foot house anymore, don't have their kids in the house and are ready to travel.

    In the end, the only events of my life worth telling are those when the imperishable world erupted into this transitory one All other memories of travels, people and my surroundings have paled beside these interior happenings But my encounters with the 'other' reality, my bouts with the unconscious, are indelibly engraved on my memory. In that realm there has always been wealth in abundance, and everything else has lost importance by comparison.

    You reach a saturation point with domestic tourism. It increases with the population, but that's about it. The growth in travel and tourism is really in the international market.

    Boston and south will have the worst of the storm. Travel will be hazardous because of icy conditions and windblown snow. The morning commute won't be any fun, and the afternoon commute will be even worse.

    I would consider that to be an advantage -- in that we don't have to travel, and the rink is five minutes from our district. We expect a very high turnout from our community, and even though they had a lot of fans at their game in their district, we'll see how committed their fans are.

    With all due respect, I don't wish a disaster on anybody. I guess that is a possibility (to play at ASU this year). We don't know if they would be able to travel. I don't know. I can't do anything about it, and it's our second game anyway, not our first. I've got to worry about Temple right now.

    It's not intended for cut-through-type traffic. If you look at the distance and the travel time, there wouldn't be an advantage for commuters on 278 to take that route.

    The biggest thing for me is injuries that's what happens when you're tired. Scheduling-wise, personally I totally disagree with it. Especially the travel. It would be hard enough even if it was at home. When you're traveling, it's difficult on the body.

    In order to be a first-class state, you have to have a first-class airport and convenient air travel, and Northwest's connections to Japan and China and Europe have been very important to Michigan.

    Right now business stinks, consumer confidence is down, the travel industry is suffering and the economic reports haven't been good and any economic recovery is going to be linked to the war. There haven't been too many first-quarter negative pre-announcements, but I'm still worried about corporate profits in the first quarter.

    I was getting . . . hey, do we see a pattern here ... I was getting out of another relationship at the time and I thought, 'What is going on Should I marry this person or not' In the bridge of the song, it says, 'Maybe I'll settle down, get married Or stay single and stay free Which road I'll travel is still a mystery to me.' But I realized I didn't have to make that decision in that moment. I realized I could sit there, dangle my feet in the water and have another beer.

    In these days of international commerce and travel, an infectious disorder that appears in one part of the world can quickly become a problem continents away if the disease-causing agent, or pathogen, finds itself in a hospitable environment.

    There is less traffic going to Miami and some of the Florida airports, but the weather system that's operating along the whole East Coast is probably having a bigger impact on travel.

    We're excited. We really liked it last year, it was beautiful. It's a home game in a way, but it isn't in another way. The coaching staff is approaching it as it is a home game, and we don't have to travel.

    I think it's still a possibility they may have to file for bankruptcy. These agreements certainly help. It's good news for the company. But American has a lot of problems, and this only partly addresses the problems, especially given the sharp downturn in travel during the war.

    Tiger is usually very good. He's one of the Americans who do travel. There's a few Americans that don't but they have a choice. We're all self-employed and we can play in any tournament we wish to play in.

    Inadequate funding limits the number of staff at headquarters and in key states. It restricts your ability to communicate with voters. It places a ceiling on travel and travel staff. Over time, it becomes nearly impossible to sustain an effective campaign.

    Of course, we can't pay the college players. And there isn't any money to pay the others. So one of our sponsors is Ramada Inn, and they have given us five rooms so that takes care of 10 women. The others live with families during the season. Some of them who are able to work here get jobs, but we practice twice a day and because of how spread out the league is, there is a lot of travel as well.

    Anytime you travel, it will be tough. We played Idaho in the springtime and beat them in a two-out-three match, so the girls will have confidence going into that game.

    What we philosophically are going to do, if we can pull it off, is have a home-and-home with a team of great interest to our fans. Every other year we can have eight home games and the year that we travel, have seven.

    Travel has no longer any charm for me. I have seen all the foreign countries I want to except for heaven and hell, and I have only a vague curiosity as concerns one of those.

    If you look at the growth in Chinese travel, the predictions of 2,600 aircraft over 20 years is reasonable. It's not just growth, it's replacement.

    We are vulnerable for two reasons, the world has gotten smaller--more travel, we're more open and as business expands, we are more vulnerable. We are the most free nation in the world--a Constitution and a Bill of Rights. If we wanted to secure our borders or be a police state, we could, but we won't, because we are a free nation.

    We got in at 3 o'clock in the morning our time and we had to play at 4 o'clock so it wasn't ideal travel, but we persevered. Once the buzzer sounds to start the game, the guys are focused.

    The nature of this client's job was a lot of traveling, and her job was very demanding. She wanted to have another child, so we came up with an option she took another job within the company (that) was still on a steady track, but with less travel so it was a better fit for her personal life.

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