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In network transmission, to move off one network onto another. Network technologies may be the same or different. For example, data could hop off a large IP network onto a small IP network. Voice traffic could hop off an SS7 network onto a VoIP network. See hop.
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The combined flexibility of our Hop On Hop Off double decker bus routes and the Stopover Pass provides an incredible opportunity for travellers short on time to discover this vibrant city."
A hop on hop off tour is where a passenger may hop off the bus and explore the city at his or her pace, then hop back on the bus to continue the tour and move to a different place of interest.
WE hop off at Newcastle's former Marlborough Crescent bus station for today's Then and Now picture feature.
"Customers can now hop off the MAX service and on to the S1 to Teesside Park.
Each winner will have a 24-hour family pass, valid from 10.30am that day, for the hop on hop off tour, which includes stops at Central Station, St James' Park, Baltic Square, the Quayside and the Tyne Bridge.
Wanting to stop the world so Britain could supposedly hop off is for losers.
The night tour will not offer the aACAyhop on hop off' option, as passengers are required to remain on the same bus for the duration of the journey.
After all, many people jump in their cars and hop off to the big shopping centres that surround us like White Rose near Leeds and Sheffield's Meadowhall rather than go down to Huddersfield town centre and fiddle around looking for change to pay at the parking meter.
How to get there Hop on the northern line and hop off at Oval, unsurprisingly.
The 30-seater bus has already begun circulating around the city centre every 15 minutes, allowing shoppers to hop on and hop off at six different locations.
Parents with any sense will hop off somewhere else.