Examples of boardwalk in a Sentence
the town's old-fashioned beachfront boardwalk has been a tourist attraction since the 1920s
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Beach Rats Is One of the Year’s Boldest Dramas—David Sims watches Eliza Hittman’s film that chronicles the life of a closeted young man spending his days on the boardwalks of Coney Island.
Bodies bend and sway, as Jimmy Buffett songs croon from the boardwalk.
A decomposed granite trail winds around the north side of the wetland, while the former boardwalk has been fashioned into an outlook with a view of the marsh.
The people were walking on the boardwalk when the lightning struck, AP reported.
For some cheaper, Dramamine-free alternatives to whale-watching cruises, visit Dana Point. Meander down the boardwalk at the harbor, grab a seat on the sand at nearby Doheny State Beach, or take a short hike to the Dana Point Headlands.
Chinese vendors sell North Korean and Chinese flags on the boardwalk next to the Yalu river in the border city of Dandong, China across from the city of Sinuiju, North Korea on May 24, 2017.
The Prince William Board of County Supervisors recently awarded a $3.8 million contract to J.D. James Inc. to build a boardwalk over Neabsco Creek, connecting Rippon Landing Community Park to the Julie J. Metz Wetlands Preserve.
The permit (applied for by production company Bright Road Productions) that was approved allowed them to film on the boardwalk and the beach area, city officials told the APP.
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