In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1temporada alta femeninoin (the) high season — en temporada alta
- before noun high-season rates — precios de temporada alta
- There's no hurry in the morning to get your towel on a sun lounger because there are enough loungers to go around, and the shops are less crowded than they are in the high season.
- The high season is upon us and tourists are pouring in.
- However, because of the excessive number of hotels in the area, the resort hosts more than 150,000 tourists during high season.
- In high season, lets run from Friday to Friday but later in the year mid week and week end lets are often available.
- December to April is high season, prices tend to be lower in summer; and bear in mind that autumn can be the time for hurricanes.
- In high season, dinner, bed and breakfast is offered at just £69 per person.
- At the end of last month, the beginning of the high season, many people working in the tourist industry were saying it was the quietest November they could remember.
- As we all know, the high season in Pattaya is coming right up and thousands of tourists will visit the area.
- Why go to Zanzibar; the flights are expensive and the main island can be stuffed to overflowing with tourists in high season.
- April to June is the low season and prices for accommodation in the lodges can be as much as 40% lower than in the high season.
- A seaside room at the four-star Hotel Croatia in Dubrovnik during the high season goes for $98 a day.
- The average income is stg £200 a week in the high season but that drops in the low season.
- If you're lucky, you might even find low-season prices combined with high-season weather.
- Until August 31, the Grenadines island of Petit St. Vincent - known for its two miles of white beaches - is offering 35 percent off its high-season rates.
- But June is the height of the high season, so prices tend to rocket then.
- In high season and at weekends, the price rises to 20 Euros.
- With double rooms available for €145 in the high season, and €70 in the low season, it's also about half the price.
- During the high season, detectives in city Garda stations pose as tourists to try and catch would-be thieves in the act.
- The conservative press in Scotland has been quick to point out that high-season accommodation in luxurious Spanish villas does not come cheap.
- But the numbers in town can fluctuate significantly, with Noble estimating 4,300 permanent residents and 10,000 people on a holiday or high-season weekend.
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