Seldom, indeed, has the sightseer at Barcelona to put his hand in his pocket.
In Tucumn itself, there is nothing of interest for the sightseer.
To the Old South Church itself, the sightseer next turns, if still bent on historical pilgrimages.
Even in the places most frequented by the sightseer they do not abound in any profusion.
A little to the left of Crosby Hall, through a low gateway, the sightseer passes from the noisy thoroughfare into a quiet court.
Over the way a man was sauntering, for all the world like a sightseer from out of town.
He could hardly explain outright that Mrs. Saumarez was not coming—that Angèle alone would be the sightseer.
But really, in her coming she was not simply a visitor and sightseer; she intended to stay and share in the husband.
But better than palaces are the picture-galleries, three of which are open to the sightseer.
All the books upon this subject are more or less technical and are intended rather for the student than the sightseer.