In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- And given their alfresco setting, they can also combat the mind-numbing monotony and confusion-inducing machinery of indoor strength training.
- At last we found the outside and sat at Slomensky's for a bit of alfresco lunch.
- A trendy restaurant chain has fallen out of fashion with Chiswick residents after keeping them awake with the noise of alfresco dining and late night rubbish collections.
- As alfresco dining commences, outdoor celebrations across the United States return, the beverage for which is a product of American ingenuity and sass.
- Already John's son, Sir George Christie, has handed over the reins to his own son Gus - but not before pioneering an alfresco opera-going experience unique to these islands.
- The roughnecks and hooligans have gone and instead families on a Saturday night dine alfresco on the broad shrub-lined pavements as though they were in Paris.
- Outside in my alfresco office, the chap in the crisp white shirt launched into his sales pitch.
- Perhaps the most impressive is the alfresco restaurant on the roof terrace, which allows diners to enjoy a unique look at Newry while they enjoy their meal.
- Outside lush greenery and stripy awnings shade alfresco diners, the perfect place for a leisurely lunch.
- He concludes that, while we were originally told that the ‘greenhouse effect’ would lead to an alfresco cafe culture in Britain, now the forecast for the twenty-first century is for rain.
- Michele enjoys the alfresco dining opportunities in the Mall and wants to see the present requirement of a 2.4m space between the dining tables and business retained.
- Commoners slept alfresco, under statues of past Olympic champions.
- Hot bars, outdoor concerts, alfresco dining - it's the consummate summer-night city
- These shows are just two of an explosion of alfresco theatrical events in parks in and around Toronto this summer, as more and more companies become philosophically, politically and artistically committed to nature.
- It would include a revamped central business district foreshore with provisions for alfresco dining, a restaurant on headland overlooking the water, a recreational jetty and a public art or major water feature.
- Detailed research should be undertaken into providing a café on a terrace overlooking the Thames - with alfresco refreshments, baby change facilities and disabled access WCs.
- What's more, they are also wowing the American market, the very same America which introduced Britain to the idea of alfresco dining back in the early 60s.
- In the event that it's not pouring with rain, try coffee alfresco, from the Police Box Coffee Bar.
- Using the freshest asparagus, lobster and strawberries, Scotland's premier chef celebrates the start of summer with the finest ingredients for alfresco eating
- I have to take Anne to Lady Moor's alfresco luncheon.
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