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well-frequented

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  • These are 8 picturesque places around the world, some well-frequented, others off-the-path, that promise you a rich and uniquely romantic holiday.

    15 Romantic Spots Around The World (PHOTOS)

  • Mr. Gallinat noted that the posh venue, which offers a postcard view of the Matterhorn, was well-frequented during the day but said the nightlife was on the stale side.

    Swiss Franc's Climb Puts a Chill on Tourism

  • These are 8 picturesque places around the world, some well-frequented, others off-the-path, that promise you a rich and uniquely romantic holiday.

    15 Romantic Spots Around The World (PHOTOS)

  • Even so doth the tollman at the well-frequented turn-pike on the Wellbraehead, sitting at his ease in his own dwelling, gather more receipt of custom, than if, moving forth upon the road, he were to require a contribution from each person whom he chanced to meet in his journey, when, according to the vulgar adage, he might possibly be greeted with more kicks than halfpence.

    The Black Dwarf

  • Even so doth the tollman at the well-frequented turnpike on the Wellbrae-head, sitting at his ease in his own dwelling, gather more receipt of custom, than if, moving forth upon the road, he were to require a contribution from each person whom he chanced to meet in his journey, when, according to the vulgar adage, he might possibly be greeted with more kicks than halfpence.

    Old Mortality

  • Torrens, the Darling — all connected with each other, throw themselves into the ocean by well-frequented routes, and their mouths are ports of great activity.

    In Search of the Castaways

  • Cortadura, or Fort San Fernando, and the well-frequented sea-bathing establishments.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 4 "Bulgaria" to "Calgary"

  • N.B. -- Some splendid ground at the corners of popular and well-frequented streets, to be let on short leases for edifices of the above description.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 1, August 7, 1841

  • Then the instance of three lumps of earthy matter, found upon a well-frequented path, after a thunderstorm, at Reading, July 3, 1883.

    The Book of the Damned

  • She accordingly carried him to a well-frequented island, and left him in a charming plain, planted with all sorts of fruit trees, and watered by several rivulets.

    Fairy Tales from the Arabian Nights

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