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Gulliver

(Lemuel). The hero of the famous Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World, by Lemuel Gulliver, first a Surgeon, and then a Captain of several Ships, i.e. to Lilliput, Brobdingnag, L…

Traveller

Traveller was the faithful steed of Confederate general Robert E. Lee during much of the American Civil War. Lee purchased him in 1861 and the grey stallion became a familiar sight to Confederate troo…

Traveller

Director/ Director of Photography: Jack GreenWriter: Jim McGlynnEditor:Michael RuscioMusic:Andy PaleyProduction Designer:Michael HelmyProducers:Bill Paxton, Brian Swardstrom, Mickey Liddell an…

Travel Statistics

The World's Top Tourism DestinationsTourism by World RegionInternational Destinations of American Tourists, 2004World's Top Ten Tourism Earners, 2004Season of U.S. Travel in 2003Top States Vis…

Travel & Transportation

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Travel Websites

Adventure Travel & EcotourismAdventure Travel Tips: www.adventuretraveltips.com Outside Onlineoutside.away.com International Ecotourism Society: www.ecotourism.org Backpacking and Hikin…

Traveller's Licence

The long bow; exaggeration. “If the captain has not taken `traveller's licence,' we have in Norway a most successful development of peasant proprietorship.” —W. Bowerman. …

Travels in the Blue

A brown study; in cloudland. “Finding him gone for `travels in the blue,' I respected his mood, and did not resent his long mutism.” —Remington Annual, 1880, p. 61. Sour…

The Travelling Musicians

The Travelling Musicians An honest farmer had once an ass that had been a faithful servant to him a great many years, but was now growing old and every day more and more unfit for work. His ma…