fashionable seaside resort

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  • At that time, the town was growing from a small fishing and agricultural settlement into a fashionable seaside resort.
  • West Cliff is on the other side, a modern, fashionable seaside resort. Cited from What to See in England, by Gordon Home
  • Budmouth was her native place, a fashionable seaside resort at that date. Cited from The Return of the Native, by Thomas Hardy
  • By that time, La Baule has become a very fashionable seaside resort.
  • Its growth into a fashionable seaside resort and residential town began in the mid-19th century and continued, with some interruptions, for more than a century afterwards.
  • This street formed part of the main road from the capital city, London, to the increasingly fashionable seaside resort of Brighton.
  • The new style was now leaning towards fashionable seaside resort architecture: two-storey buildings with high rooms and white, wooden porches.
  • Brighton grew rapidly in the 18th and 19th centuries, prompted by its development into a fashionable seaside resort.
  • Wilhelm also had a breeding site for Trakehner horses established and the village developed as a fashionable seaside resort.
  • During the eighteenth century, Blackrock found favour with the well-to-do of Ireland and it grew into a fashionable seaside resort.
  • One of the first routes planned in England was a connection between London and the fashionable seaside resort of Brighton, about to the south.
  • By the late 18th century, Brighton (as it was now known) had begun to develop into a popular and fashionable seaside resort.
  • In the late 18th and early 19th centuries, there were attempts to establish Swansea as a fashionable seaside resort.
  • Brighton was a small town based on fishing and agriculture until the early 18th century, after which it experienced several phases of rapid growth and developed into a large, fashionable seaside resort.
  • Eustacia is a black-haired, queenly woman who grew up in Budmouth, a fashionable seaside resort.
  • He spent the next few years laying out a high-class planned community with houses, shops, hotels, markets, an Anglican church and facilities suitable for a fashionable seaside resort.
  • With his business partner, Lady Denham, Mr. Parker hopes to make Sanditon into a fashionable seaside resort.
  • Seaweed has been washed up on Worthing beach throughout the town's history, but it began to cause problems at the start of the 19th century when the town was growing and trying to present itself as a fashionable seaside resort.
  • It was brief, and not at all sensational, much to the regret of the reporters for the New York papers who flocked to the quiet and fashionable seaside resort. Cited from The Golf Course Mystery, by Chester K. Steele
  • During the 1790s, King George II made many visits to Weymouth and Portland, particularly the fashionable seaside resort of Weymouth.
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