Noun(1) a long stretch of open level ground (paved or grassy
(1) But whatever your particular price range you are guaranteed a fantastic view as all apartments look over either the seafront, the harbour or the esplanade .(2) When beach showers appeared, all that was required was a quick splash, a towel, and a comb before you rejoined the crowds on the esplanade .(3) A plaza joins a public esplanade which is planned to eventually connect all of Tacoma's waterfront.(4) Local authorities' occasional sweeps of the esplanade along Beach Road have done little to relieve the problem.(5) The esplanade in front of Edinburgh Castle is legally owned by Nova Scotia, dating from a deal concluded by Charles I and never revoked.(6) It is only today, 40 years after his death, that people are beginning to reclaim the oceanside esplanade and beach as their own.(7) His duty was to return the salute from the soldiers on the esplanade below each time a band finished its selection of military marches.(8) The thousands of visitors to the city will now only have husky dog races, a triathlon and a fun run from the castle esplanade to occupy them.(9) The esplanade on the south shore has been renovated to an extremely high standard and is used by cyclists, people walking their dogs and folk generally enjoying a stroll.(10) If you stroll down the Kaivopuisto esplanade in Helsinki, there are some wooden benches along the harbour that look like picnic benches.(11) Stretching from the castle esplanade to the palace of Holyroodhouse, the Royal Mile, or High Street, has undergone various incarnations since it came into being in mediaeval times.(12) It is also an easy stroll along the esplanade to Estoril if you feel like a slight change of scene or want to lose your money at the enormous casino.(13) Then they went for a stroll along the beachfront esplanade .(14) The esplanade outside the castle walls is the site for the Military Tattoo, one of Edinburgh's three most celebrated festivals.(15) When city founder John Graves Simcoe first sailed into our harbour in 1793, he reportedly suggested that the waterfront would make a lovely spot for an esplanade , maybe a park as well.(16) The colonel came out of the hotel and started to walk toward the broad, scenic esplanade along the shore of the lake.
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