Recent Examples of seaside from the Web
Seaside continues to be a dream for the many who visit each year.
While Tyrion snuck into King’s Landing to meet Jaime, Ser Davos had his own mission in Fleabottom, the city’s seaside borough for the common folk.
For some, that might mean memories of summer vacations or seaside boardwalks—or, for fans of Häagen-Dazs, images of Scandinavian luxury, even though the name and umlaut are gibberish.
Convention Hall opened in 1930 in this seaside, resort town on the Jersey Shore.
Wochit A seaside vibe inspired the elegant yet approachable family home featured in Homearama 2017 in the Poplar Woods neighborhood.
Since its opening in 1963, the seaside institute has consistently garnered international attention for its pioneering advancements in basic science.
The lawmakers and others walked from the capital, Ankara, to Istanbul’s seaside — a journey of about 280 miles.
But along with its beauty, the seaside setting accelerates the ravages of the damp, salty air that is aging the venerated structure.
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