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a seaport in NW France, on the English Channel: resort. 6577. Also called Trouville′-sur-Mer′ (sɜrˈmɛər)
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It took another thirty minutes to reach Trouville. The little caravan dismounted in order to pass Les Ecores, a cliff that overhangs the bay, and a few minutes later, at the end of the dock, they entered the yard of the Golden Lamb, an inn kept by Mother David.
When they went home that way, Trouville, on the slope of a hill below, grew larger and larger as they advanced, and, with all its houses of unequal height, seemed to spread out before them in a sort of giddy confusion.
Poupart, prescribed the salt-water bathing at Trouville. In those days, Trouville was not greatly patronised.
After a few years he could not endure to be long out of England, and gave up the villa that he had shared at Trouville with Lord Henry, as well as the little white walled-in house at Algiers where they had more than once spent the winter.
Later, after dinner, meeting both ladies on the esplanade, he gleaned further information--to wit, that her first name was Mary, that her aunt was glad to make his acquaintance, liked Marvis Bay but preferred Trouville, and thought it was getting a little chilly and would go indoors.
They also take part in numerous festival juries whose deliberations are public, such as Arras, Bordeaux, Biarritz, Poitiers, Toulouse, Trouville, and Paris.
Dated 18 April 2019 (Westcombe Road) (Temporary Prohibition of Driving) Order, 2019 Notice is hereby given that the Council intends to make the above-mentioned Order under Section 14 of The Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984, to prohibit any vehicle from proceeding on Westcombe Road, L4, from its junction with Pinehurst Road to its junction with Trouville Road, on the 2 May 2019 for one day only or for such lesser or greater period of time as determined by the earlier completion of the works, which are to safely enable contractors to undertake works to a sub-station.
Painted at Trouville on the Normandy coast, it is an inland landscape with two fashionable figures out strolling in the summer sun.
Standing in his way - both physically and talent-wise - will be the giant Trouville, whose two runs to date have shown he has an engine to power his expansive frame.
During the week, we had a walking tour of Rouen in French, a visit to Monet's garden and a visit to the local towns Honfleur and Trouville. new 5* residence Presqu'ille de la Touques, between Normandy towns Deauville and Trouville. Both boast beautiful beaches and the Bayeaux tapestry and WWII museums are also nearby.
Steam in the Paris stations is diaphanous; damp sand at the new resort of Trouville is almost claggy; the Doge's Palace melts like golden butter.