a journey to a place, where you stay for a short time, and then come back again
go on/make/take a trip
I completely understand the meaning of it.
An ELL post uses "trip" this way
I'm going to have a trip to Sweden.
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Do "have a trip" and "go on a trip" mean the same thing? Are "have a trip" and "go on a trip" interchangeable in any cases?
Last month, I went on a lovely trip to New York City.
Last month, I had a lovely trip to New York City.