If you’re going from one place to another, you’re traveling. People love to go traveling to see new places and experience different cultures. When people are traveling, they’re not just running around the block; they’re on a journey.

Traveling comes from the Old French word travil, meaning “suffering or painful effort” or “trouble” as in traveling a long distance in a covered wagon. But remember, that was back before airplanes, G.P.S. units, and suitcases with wheels. Any kind of traveling has a destination, whether you’re headed to a resort or a business meeting in a different city. Lots of people enjoy traveling in the summer when there’s no school. Woohoo!