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grand tour

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgrand tourˌgrand ˈtour noun [countable]  1 the grand tour2 LOOK FORan occasion when someone takes you around a building to show it to you – used humorously They took us on a grand tour of their new house.
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grand tourThe rich also visited Madeira in their private yachts as part of a grand tour.Edouard, at Isobel's suggestion, took her on a grand tour.Make a kind of grand tour on my own, take the waters and cure what ails me.The world with Palin is armchair travel on the scale of the grand tour, in the company of an agreeable guide.
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