Trafalgar


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a naval battle in 1805 off the southwest coast of Spain

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The beautifully located 131-room Trafalgar St James features the signature upscale Rooftop bar and lounge which has a retractable canopy so guests can enjoy year-round views.
Nestled in the heart of Central London, on the south side of the world-famous Trafalgar Square, The Trafalgar St.
Images of thousands of discarded cans and beer bottles strewn across Trafalgar Square were posted on social media to the fury of people who live in the city.
Thereafter the property was named Trafalgar Park pronounced Traf-al-gaar, in accordance with the words Spanish form, as Nelson would have recognised it.
This is the sixth year that North Tyneside Council has hosted the toast, which took place at midday - the time at which the first shot was fired in the Battle of Trafalgar on October 21, 1805.
Given the remarkable, much welcomed recovery of Robin's health recently, his return to the day-to-day leadership of TTC's brands throughout Asia allows Nick to expand the footprint of our brands in India, and to focus on the continued, successful growth of Trafalgar in this very important region for the group," said Brett Tollman, CEO of The Travel Corporation.
Nestled on the south-west corner of Trafalgar Square and popular with Ellie Goulding, Gok Wan, Julien Macdonald and Pixie Lott, The Trafalgar Hotel is perfectly located for a date to remember.
When the data had shown many landlubbers from the Midlands at Trafalgar it seemed strange that the historian Matthew Ward should claim they were forgotten heroes in this region.
In an effort to raise awareness on this growing number, the Trafalgar Charity Ball, an annual dinner organised by British Royal Navy personnel based in Muscat, was held at the Grand Hyatt Muscat last month.
Trafalgar has been in the business of guided holidays for 65 years, and Lim says longevity coupled with experience has helped Trafalgar create unique adventures.
The last time I danced in Trafalgar Square was after a night on the town.
A BROOCH is up for sale containing a lock of hair believed to be from the head of Thomas Hardy, the captain of HMS Victory at Trafalgar.
Twenty eight per cent failed to recognise Trafalgar Square and 12 per cent were stumped by Stonehenge, according to Bing Maps.
THE Millennium Stadium is more recognisable to Britons than Trafalgar Square, Stonehenge and Buckingham Palace, according to a surprising new survey.
8 (ANI): The only surviving Union Jack to have been flown by the Royal Navy at the Battle of Trafalgar is expected to fetch 15000 pounds on the auction block.