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Quotes about vacation


  • The family is always the family but during vacations it is an extended family and that is exhausting.
    • Gertrude Stein, Paris, France, 1940 (New York: Liveright, 1970, p. 107).
  • Vacation
    All I ever wanted
    Had to get away
    Meant to be spent alone.
  • What Dad means by "see" of course, is "drive past at 67 miles per hour." Dad feels it is a foolish waste of valuable vacation time to get out of the car and actually go look at an attraction.
    • Dave Barry, Dave Barry's Only Travel Guide You'll Ever Need.


  • "The worst day at the beach is better than the best day at work"* ([Unknown])

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