Sea pool

Sea´ pool`


1.A pool of salt water.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The hotel swimming pool with the natural sea pool beyond (CNA)
Organizers are calling it a "Safari Under the Stars." Guests will wind through some of the zoo's exhibits, including its Regenstein Macaque Forest and the Kovler sea pool, before arriving at a heated tent.
Margaret Howe in the Sea Pool at the Communication Research Labs in St Thomas, US Virgin Islands in 1964, above and below
But Bude, a breezy clifftop walk away from Widemouth Bay, is an elegant seaside town, famous for its Sea Pool, refreshed daily by the ocean.
Picturesque Summerleaze Beach features the Bude Sea Pool, a leisurely pool set between the rocks, and provides safe swimming.
When we'd had our fill of history, we headed for the more serene setting of Agios Fokas a few kilometres south of Kos Town, for a therapeutic splash at Thermes beach, a sea pool where warm seawater meets natural hot mineral water springs.
This sense of dramatic disorientation was heightened further by flooding the floor of each alley with projected images of the roiling waters of a sea pool known as Poll na bPeist, The Worm's Hole, which lies at the foot of the cliffs of Inis Mor, the largest of the Aran Islands.
Mrs Urie's last wish was to have her ashes scattered in her beloved Argyll "on the sea pool falls of the River Shiel".
The countryside lover's last wish was for her ashes to be "scattered on the sea pool falls of the River Shiel as the tide goes out".
Bumpher Bar is the happening dance and pickup spot, but the locals meet and relax at the Coogee Women's Beach Baths (open-air sea pool in the cliff face) and the marvelous, little known Korean Bathhouse in the Crest Hotel.