promenade


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Synonyms for promenade

walkway

stroll

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an act of walking, especially for pleasure

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a formal ball held for a school class toward the end of the academic year

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a public area set aside as a pedestrian walk

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a march of all the guests at the opening of a formal dance

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a leisurely walk (usually in some public place)

march in a procession

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take a leisurely walk

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Pensarn - the area of the beach between the low water mark and the promenade between the embedded wooden posts adjacent to the cafe building and the embedded concrete posts at the western extremity of the promenade.
People can now walk on to the promenade again after it was partially reopened - although some sections have had to remain closed to allow further work to take place.
In addition, Grant's Clock, which stands on the walkway at Central Lower Promenade and is believed to date back to 1933, has been repainted in the Whitley Bay colours, thanks to Jerry Ross and his son Michael from local business Brush Strokes.
Promenade Estates is also responsible for the PS50m Baltic Village scheme, a new development of 324 private rented apartments with hotelstyle concierge, overlooking Liverpool's world heritage waterfront.
Vale of Glamorgan council leader Neil Moore said: "While I am very pleased with the regeneration works on the eastern promenade, anybody thinking that the completion of the eastern shelter regeneration scheme would see a lull in activity would be mistaken.
We, through this petition, request Emr Group to reverse the ban on dog walking on the marina Promenade, or to immediately allocate proper and safe designated areas where dogs can exercise, run and play on the Marina.
A brainchild of former First Lady Imelda Marcos, the promenade was a hit then and frequented by park-goers strolling from Rizal Park all the way to Fort Santiago.
In addition, he considers that this issue is a 'sideshow', may I remind him that for over 100 years our promenade has been the envy of other resorts and has been fundamental in Llandudno remaining as the premier resort in Wales.
According to developers, the Venice Promenade is the embodiment of 'retro chic' with a contemporary far-eastern flare.
Summary: Huge batches of delighted shoppers and mall-goers witnessed the the official launch of Festival Promenade, the fresh prime destination at Dubai Festival City.
Jared and Sarah Greer of Fayette-ville, who in May won a national contest awarding them their own TCBY store, have announced the location of their shop: the Promenade Pointe Shopping Center in Rogers.
Nine months after construction was completed on the Promenade condominium in Boynton Beach, the building closed its first two sales, according to Pryse Elam of the New Boston Fund, the equity partner in the Promenade.
Dans cet ouvrage, Laurent Turcot nous invite a decouvrir bien plus que la promenade.
The world renowned Promenade des Anglais, or simply 'Promenade' as it is popularly known, is the premier attraction for this luxury location; boasting around 6km of beautiful sandy beaches, it is the place to see and be seen.
West Yorkshire Fire Service crews were called out to Albert Promenade, in the Savile Park area, at 3.