caleche


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  • noun

Synonyms for caleche

a woman's large folded hooped hood

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the folding hood of a horse-drawn carriage

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Maybe, they'd contracted the caleche driver in Quebec City to attack him.
A highlight of the Caleche by night excursion is a trip on a horse-drawn carriage, traveling down Marrakech's main Mohammed V Avenue to Jemaa el-Fna.
Deux autres citoyens, un homme qui passait en caleche et un jeune garcon, ont aussi ete atteints par les tirs.
Other attractions include boat cruises, caleche rides, a child-friendly science centre, and a Cirque du soleil performance.
Ainsi, on passe par l'historique des premiers circuits et moyens d'interpretations visibles dans le quartier aux diverses cartes, circuits, expositions, visites a pied ou en caleche que l'on trouve de nos jours.
A week's ski holiday in the French resort of Morzine (was pounds 549pp), with return Belfast flights and transfers, based on six sharing an apartment at the Chalet La Caleche, Morzine.
Tour participants also will view the ramparts of Marrakech during a ride in a traditional horse-drawn caleche, and receive a lesson in common Arabic sayings.
The Baroness Riedesel and her entourage travelled by elegant caleche, while the Brunswick Dragoons, short on horses, had to march with their enormous cocked hats, thick coats, leather breeches, and jack boots rising above their knees.
For about 80 dirham an hour (around pounds 5), you can get a tour of the city in a horse drawn caleche.
Dans la Recherche, les promenades en caleche a Balbec que Mme de Villeparisis avait proposees au narrateur et a sa grand-mere s'etaient deroulees dans le plus grand bonheur.
Many come to ride a caleche (kah-LESH) through the cobblestone streets near the river.
Ice statues begin to resemble ordinary tourists, shoppers and dead caleche drivers" (20), and later she complains that "A gusty wind drives swirls of ice particles round the lampposts and into our faces" (22).
TAKE a caleche (horse and trap) through the maze of backstreets and watch the locals storytelling outside the city walls.
There's really only one way to make this tour, which is by hiring a horse drawn caleche, which can seat up to five passengers.