"Sir Percival" has settled that we leave on such a day--"Sir Percival" has decided that we travel by such a road.
Dorothy is keenly interested in her new home, and especially pleased that it is so near to Lindenlea, and that she and Alison can still travel by train together to the College.
The Count was waiting there for them, and was talking to an elderly lady, who appeared to be going to travel by the train to London also.
But there was no regular steamer sailing at that hour, and somehow I didnât think they would travel by a big boat from a regular harbour.
Chapter XXVI IN WHICH PHILEAS FOGG AND PARTY TRAVEL BY THE PACIFIC RAILROAD "From ocean to ocean"--so say the Americans; and these four words compose the general designation of the "great trunk line" which crosses the entire width of the United States.
She has arranged to travel by the afternoon train, as I recommended.
I shall travel by daylight, stop at the best hotels, go to the dinner-tables with the lords of the land.
Tink agreed to travel by hat if it was carried in the hand.
The house is so near to the station that she can travel by train into Coleminster every day, and return at four o'clock.