Trip may refer to travel, a vacation, or a psychedelic experience. It is also an informal description for a circuit breaker or its action. Trip may also refer to:
Other articles related to "trip, trips":
... killing a motorist and his passenger on the side of the road during a trip in which he experienced a Black Dog hallucination ... He is accompanied on the trip by Earl (Randy Travis) riding shotgun, and Sonny (Gabriel Casseus) and Wes (Brian Vincent) following in Sonny's Camaro for policy ... During the trip, Crews finds out that his load also contains illegal guns (over $3,000,000 worth, according to ATF), and that Wes has been informing Red of ...
... The world's first recorded long distance road trip by automobile took place in Germany in August 1888 when Bertha Benz, the wife of Karl Benz, the inventor of the first patented motor car (the ... called the Bertha Benz Memorial Route to commemorate her historic first road trip ...
... Fast Ferry Lines Trip Time Notes Yenikapı-Bursa 80 minutes Trip by fast ferries ... Yenikapı-Bandırma 120 minutes Trip by fast ferries, but sometimes by seabuses ... Yenikapı-Yalova 70 minutes Trip by fast ferries or seabuses ...
... as recently as the week before urging Waddle not to make the trip ... Gittins stated that the reason that it took two years for Waddle to make the trip to Japan was because Waddle was forbidden to do so while he was still in the USN and because ...
... TRIP Database a scientific search engine for evidence based medicine Trip (drink), a Finnish brand of juice TRIP Linhas Aéreas, a Brazilian airline TRIPS, the Agreement on Trade-Relat ...
Famous quotes containing the word trip:
“Lolita, light of my life, fire of my loins. My sin, my soul. Lo-lee-ta: the tip of the tongue taking a trip of three steps down the palate to tap, at three, on the teeth. Lo. Lee. Ta.”
—Vladimir Nabokov (18991977)
“Come, and trip it as ye go
On the light fantastic toe,
And in thy right hand lead with thee,
The mountain nymph, sweet Liberty;”
—John Milton (16081674)
“What a long strange trip its been.”
—Robert Hunter, U.S. rock lyricist. Truckin, on the Grateful Dead album American Beauty (1971)