In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The last day of our staycation I made a blueberry-cream cheese strudel, and had a few phyllo sheets leftover.
- The "staycation" has become a fact of recession life.
- So lets start planning that staycation and one that doesn't involve a big drive probably or a drive in a fuel-efficient vehicle.
- So if you have a staycation, plan what you'll eat for the whole week and then make a list and stick to it.
- Our son-in-law threw his back out on staycation.
- More Britons are holidaying at home, opting for a ' staycation ' in places such as Bournemouth.
- Sixteen people said they would stay close to home on what's called a staycation.
- Everything from how do you have a little vacation, call this a staycation.
- Not a vacation but a staycation: the happy-face answer to high gas prices and the costs and miseries of air travel.
- One step above a staycation, camping is a cheap way to get your trip on.
- Who wouldn't like to trade their "staycation" for the private beach hideaway in Mexico where this season's opening episode is set?
- If it holds, the staycation bandwagon will be a powerful boost to domestic tourism operators languishing in the economic downturn.
- My parents went on staycation, and all I got was this lousy T-shirt.
- We know that because of the low dollar we're not going overseas in many cases to travel, so people thought about staycation, staying home.
- She is here in Atlanta and with us now to give us an idea of - we've got that staycation.
- As a nation, we're more likely to be at home, broke, on a `staycation' and wanting to be entertained.
- Steve is going back to work after a week's "staycation."
- If there's a pool and you can score me some JetBlue passes, I'm yours because staycations are even worse than the word "staycation" itself.
- Raymond Miles, 41, a grocery manager who lives in the Bronx, ended up on an unplanned staycation last week.
- So now it looks like a staycation for a lot of these families who had booked on this flight.
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