or the second. Each day creates a new terra incognita out of the whole universe, each morning a new and unexplored venue for the Tourist. To be a Tourist in the way I mean is to learn a new way of seeing freshness, a way to value even the smallest and most perfunctory actions of our days. (73, 74)
Substituting "traveler" for "tourist" in the above passage would not change the meaning; the two terms are interchangeable, as I hope they soon will be in general usage.
tour. F. (OF tour), from tourner, to turn (q.v.). In 17 cent. Esp. of the grand tour, through France, Germany, Switzerland and Italy, as conclusion of gentleman's education. Hence tourist (c. 1800). F. tour has also sense of feat, trick, etc., as in tour de force.
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