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Customers who want to buy off the shelf and open the bottle — either inside the candlelit wine bar or at an outdoor table on the cobbled street — pay a 10-euro corkage fee.
Her coffin was taken from Kew to Windsor for her burial, and the cobbled courtyard of Windsor Castle was muffled with straw, so that the king, now suffering from severe dementia, would not hear the funeral carriage of his beloved wife.
In the cobbled market square of Pultusk, a town of 20,000, and down the road in the village of Golymin, shops offer luxuries unimaginable two decades ago: $100 Nike sneakers and wine at $20 a bottle.
While Amsterdam’s red light district is a rowdy cheering squad of hedonism, Haarlem’s is a quiet little cobbled zone where people remember their polite words and no one dares even litter.
The wind was fierce and the cobbled roads unpredictable.
In the annual Evening Sun’s Newsboys Race, 25 youngsters, white and black, run 1¼ miles over cobbled city streets.
Kos is an easy enough town to explore on foot, with its winding cobbled alleyways full of trinket shops, and town square where the medieval Phoros Gate is stocked with perfumed Aubrieta flowers.
The two-story house has four bedrooms and three bathrooms, and balconies that overlook the cobbled Plaza de San Diego, with hanging planters brimming with bougainvillea and other colorful tropical plants.
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: covered with cobblestones
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