/ ˈsiːsɪk /
I've never dared to cross the Channel in a ferry because I'm afraid of getting seasick.
sleeping car / sleeper
/ sliːp kɑː ˈsliːpə /
When I travel through the night, I think it pays off to book a place in a sleeping car.
túl sok foglalást fogadtak
to be overbooked
/ biː əʊvəˈbʊk /
Since the hotel was overbooked, they got me a room in another hotel nearby.
/ ˈəʊʃ(ə)n ˈlʌɪnə /
My American cousing is so terrified of flying that she had to come to my wedding on an ocean liner.
/ ˈrʌnweɪ /
I've heard that low-cost airlines are made to wait at runways but I've never experienced that myself.
/ ˈbʊkɪŋ klɑːk /
When I travelled to Pápa, the booking clerk was able to recommend a much more sensible route than the one I had planned.
kétágyas szoba (külön ágyakkal)
/ twɪn ˈbɛdɪd ruːm, rʊm /
We booked a twin-bedded room but got one with a double bed, and I had to make a complaint to get a new room.
/ ˈgʌɪdbʊk /
Whe I visit a new city, I always find it practical to take a guidebook with me.
/ ɒf ˈsiːz(ə)n /
I try to travel off-season as much as possible because the attractions are no so crowded then.
/ əˈnaʊnsm(ə)nt /
The announcements at railway stations are often difficult to understand.
/ ˈdʒəːni /
When travelling, I try to enjoy the journey by looking at the places and people, and even at the road signs we pass by.
hátizsákos útra megy
to go backpacking
/ gəʊ ˈbakpak /
Last summer we went back-packing to Montenegro and really enjoyed it.
to camp rough
/ kamp rʌf /
When we travelled in Scandinavia, we mostly camped rough because it is common there and those countries are really expensive.
/ ˈhɑːbə /
Every time I visit a seaside city, I go to the harbour because I love the atmosphere.
fekszik a napon, napozik
to lie in the sun
/ lʌɪ ɪn ðə sʌn /
I travel to where I can both lie in the sun and do something exciting.
/ ˈpakɪdʒ tʊə ˈhɒlɪdeɪ, -di /
Though package tours are very practical, I don't really like them because I want to be free to do what I want to.
campsite / camping site
/ ˈkampsʌɪt ˈkampɪŋ sʌɪt /
We look reviews of campsites up on the net, and try a new one every summer.
/ ˈbɪznɪs trɪp /
Many think that going on business trips is glamorous, though it's really hard work most of the time.
to put sb up
/ pʊt ʌp /
When I travelled in Spain, I was lucky to have friends who could put me up in most of the towns I visited.
sátrat felállít / lebont
to put up / take down a tent
/ pʊt ʌp teɪk daʊn eɪ tɛnt /
It used to take ages to put up a tent, but nowadays you can put it up and take it down in a couple of minutes.
egyágyas/kétágyas szoba (franciaággyal)
/ ˈsɪŋg(ə)l ˈdʌb(ə)l ruːm, rʊm /
Last summer we booked two single rooms but had to stay in a double room because of a mix up.
/ dɪˈrɛkt, dʌɪ- flʌɪt treɪn /
I always try to take a direct flight because changing planes usually takes quite a long time.
/ ˈɛmbəsi /
Before going abroad, I always write down the phone number of the Hungarian embassy is case I need their help.
időeltolódás miatti fáradtság
/ (d)ʒet lag /
After I got over the jet lag, my trip to New Zealand was really wonderful.
/ skuːl trɪp /
School trips are no only good for getting to know new places but also for getting know your classmates and teachers better.
/ ˌrɛkrɪˈeɪʃ(ə)n /
A spa holiday is one of the best ways for recreation and relaxation.
/ rɪˈdjuːs fɛː /
I was happy when the booking clerk told me there was a reduced fare for those who travelled to Lake Balaton.
/ trɛk /
I went on a hiking holiday last summer and was really glad to arrive at the hotel after the long trek.
excess weight charge
/ ɪkˈsɛs, ɛk-, ˈɛksɛs weɪt tʃɑːdʒ /
Though excess weight charges are annoying, they are good from an environmental viewpoint.
/ ˈstɒpəʊvə /
When we travelled to Australia, we had a fantastic stopover in Hong Kong and I was quite sad when our two days there were over.