promenade


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For a quartermaster had entered the wheelhouse, and even while we had been speaking the pilot had taken possession of the bridge; as we descended, the tender left us with flying handkerchiefs and shrill good-bys; and as we bowed to Miss Werner on the promenade deck, there came a deep, slow throbbing underfoot, and our voyage had begun.
It was after dinner on the promenade deck, and as Raffles spoke he glanced sharply fore and aft, leaving me next moment with a step full of purpose.
She had, however, but a limited supply of cabins on the promenade deck, and there was just that excuse for my sharing Raffles's room.
When, on the following evening, Ruth returned from the stroll on the Promenade which she always took after leaving the
Conwy's report states: "The one significant change to the beach exclusion zones is since the development works in Colwyn Bay on the Promenade, the beach from Porth Eirias towards Rhos on Sea has now become a dry beach, in it is now unwashed by the tide, just like the small sandy beach in Rhos on Sea.
She worked with; Eric Mund, president, with RT 35 Wall Promenade LLC.
Al Mouj Muscat recently opened an extension to the Marsa Promenade, a vibrant marina front destination at the heart of the development and a space where people can meet and relax.
COAST lovers have been able to feast their eyes on a new-look promenade in Whitley Bay.
Sea promenade leading to the Citadel of Qaitbay - Monika Sleszynska The promenade leading to the Citadel of Qaitbay fills up with colorful vendor stalls and amusements.
In a short ceremony this morning, the Chief Minister officially named the 600 metre promenade around the Mid Harbours Marina as the Peter Isola Promenade.
Neptune Investments has changed its name to Promenade Estates.