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* Maki got ADayInTheLimelight in ''Manga/KaguyaSamaLoveIsWar'' where she heads to India over winter break to seek enlightenment. It also featured the long-awaited introduction of [[ChekhovsGunman her twin brother Mikado]], who had come along with her.


Also see ChristmasEpisode, BeachEpisode, RoadTripPlot, HotSpringsEpisode, SkiResortEpisode, and the {{Episodes}} index. Parent trope to AlohaHawaii and VivaLasVegas. Add {{Horror}} and it becomes a DeadlyRoadTrip. While in another country the characters may be there for a mission, a task, a quest or a search. Watch for the EiffelTowerEffect, where the background just so happens to show off an iconic local landmark.

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Also see ChristmasEpisode, BeachEpisode, RoadTripPlot, HotSpringsEpisode, SkiResortEpisode, CampingEpisode, and the {{Episodes}} index. Parent trope to AlohaHawaii and VivaLasVegas. Add {{Horror}} and it becomes a DeadlyRoadTrip. While in another country the characters may be there for a mission, a task, a quest or a search. Watch for the EiffelTowerEffect, where the background just so happens to show off an iconic local landmark.

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* ''Series/ThePartridgeFamily'' has "Swiss Family Partridge," in which the family plans to spend a weekend in a mountain cabin; unfortunately for them, it rains for days on end, sinking the bus into the mud and causing some of them to worry that they will die.

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* While [[BigApplesauce New York City]] is the primary location for every other ComicBook/SpiderMan movie, ''Film/SpiderManFarFromHome'' sees the kids at Midtown High on a ClassTrip to Europe. It quickly turns into a BusmansHoliday for Peter Parker, as he's recruited by Comicbook/NickFury to contend with monster attacks popping up across the continent.
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Also see ChristmasEpisode, BeachEpisode, RoadTripPlot, HotSpringsEpisode, and the {{Episodes}} index. Parent trope to AlohaHawaii and VivaLasVegas. Add {{Horror}} and it becomes a DeadlyRoadTrip. While in another country the characters may be there for a mission, a task, a quest or a search. Watch for the EiffelTowerEffect, where the background just so happens to show off an iconic local landmark.

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Also see ChristmasEpisode, BeachEpisode, RoadTripPlot, HotSpringsEpisode, SkiResortEpisode, and the {{Episodes}} index. Parent trope to AlohaHawaii and VivaLasVegas. Add {{Horror}} and it becomes a DeadlyRoadTrip. While in another country the characters may be there for a mission, a task, a quest or a search. Watch for the EiffelTowerEffect, where the background just so happens to show off an iconic local landmark.


* The Spanish dramedy ''Series/AquiNoHayQuienViva'' had one that doubles as both a BeachEpisode and a BeachEpisode.

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* The Spanish dramedy ''Series/AquiNoHayQuienViva'' had one that doubles as is at both a BeachEpisode [[BeachEpisode beach and a BeachEpisode.pool]].


* The Spanish dramedy ''Series/AquiNoHayQuienViva'' had one that doubles as both a BeachEpisode and a PoolEpisode.

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* The Spanish dramedy ''Series/AquiNoHayQuienViva'' had one that doubles as both a BeachEpisode and a PoolEpisode.BeachEpisode.

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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' is set over the course of summer vacation between school years, but some episodes will see the characters leave Danville, like "Hawaiian Vacation", the England-set "A Hard Day's Knight" and "Elementary My Dear Stacy", and the "Where's Perry" two-parter where they visit Africa.


** A Hawaiian vacation set up a cross over with ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheSeries'' where Jake had to deal with a cousin.

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** A Hawaiian vacation set up a cross over with ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheSeries'' ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'' where Jake had to deal with a cousin.


** A Hawaiian vacation set up a cross over with ''WesternAnimation//StitchTheSeries'' where Jake had to deal with a cousin.

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** A Hawaiian vacation set up a cross over with ''WesternAnimation//StitchTheSeries'' ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheSeries'' where Jake had to deal with a cousin.

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** A Hawaiian vacation set up a cross over with ''WesternAnimation//StitchTheSeries'' where Jake had to deal with a cousin.

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* ''Series/FamilyMatters'' had a few, but the biggest one occured in the last couple of seasons when Steve Urkel created a teleportation device that allowed the normally frugal Winslows to travel to France for two episodes.

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** Played with in an episode where Al is making preparations to use his work vacation to go on a world tour. Of course, Al being too poor to afford such a luxury, this entails him just sitting on his cordoned off couch watching racy movies set in different parts of the world. What makes this funny is he actually forces his family to act as though he is away, even having Peg and the kids meet him at the "airport" holding up a name sign while he, [[RuleOfFunny somehow]], has small souvenir fists to give them. When during the vacation, Bud attempts to interrupt the experience and get his father to admit how stupid this all is, Al very deliberately explains to his "beloved" son how this fantasy is very much a part of the reason Al hasn't run amok on his ungrateful family.

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** And of course they took an almost obligatory jaunt to Fort Lauderdale.


'''James Lipton:''' ''(interrupting)'' They expect a marvelous time at the beach, sans Mr. Belding. They arrive.. and discover Mr. Belding is there as well, don't they?\\
'''Dustin Diamond:''' Yes! Yes, he is! ''(cracking up)'' They didn't think he was gonna be there, but he is! That's the twist part! ''(laughs)''

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'''James Lipton:''' ''(interrupting)'' ''[interrupting]'' They expect a marvelous time at the beach, sans Mr. Belding. They arrive.. and discover Mr. Belding is there as well, don't they?\\
'''Dustin Diamond:''' Yes! Yes, he is! ''(cracking up)'' ''[cracking up]'' They didn't think he was gonna be there, but he is! That's the twist part! ''(laughs)''''[laughs]''

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