The correct answer is temporary stay.
C. temporary stay
The correct answer is (C) Temporary stay; brief visit; temporary stay in a place with, or among, certain persons
Sojourn comes from Middle English sojurne, Old French sojorn, Latin subdiurnare (sub- [under] and diurnus [of a day]).
Examples of use:
- She enjoyed her annual sojourn in London.
- He dined at several fine restaurants during his three-day sojourn in Paris.