In front of him, whitewashed dwellings lined wide cobbled streets and reflected brightly in the moonlight.
Much of this road is still cobbled with granite setts.
The village itself is full of pretty cobbled cottages located in narrow streets that lead down to the Key.
cobbled up a coalition Government in the making.
Please do not park in the cobbled courtyard except to unload luggage.
They cobbled the evidence together, which was later to prove the downfall of Sam Cole.
Part of a working farm, it is attached to the main farmhouse and fronts the cobbled farmyard.
Already has royal half moon cay are cobbled together mornings legions of.
The name became a byword for something cobbled together, botched together, tied together with string.
Wapping, however, exudes an old Elizabethan charm; with its cobbled streets and listed buildings.
Tucked away down cobbled Ryders Wynd in Richmond is the Richmondshire Museum.
Take the next right turning through a large iron gate onto a cobbled road.
cobbled street full of bars (with food) & patio heated terraces has loads of options.
A patchwork quilt hastily cobbled together with a sole aim; to bleed the motorist dry financially.
cobbled together from scans of a bunch of books I have in my house.
FM: The design is just cobbled together from scans of a bunch of books I have in my house.
amble around the characteristic cobbled streets at ease.
cobbled street you may find the nail maker working in his forge.
cobbled alleyway which runs beside the house leading directly into the dining room.
cobbled mews, closed to through-traffic.
cobbled, alleys leading down to the waters edge.
flatbed truck with bunks cobbled from scrap steel hauled the necessarily short logs to the mill.
The terrain changed with the broad green levels around the cobbled pavements of the raised beaches alive with nesting gulls.
iron gate onto a cobbled road.
cobbled lanes run through the early 19th-century terraces of Beacon Hill, and North End could pass for a small Italian town.
The house is approached through a large stone arch, in a secluded cobbled mews, closed to through-traffic.
Oscar joyner own or signing are cobbled together.
I've even cobbled the pathway to give you that Parisian feel.
quayst see: Visit the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu for stylish vintage cars, and the cobbled key of Lymington.
The long houses were often in pairs facing each other across a cobbled roadway.
shambolic mess of a review that Premier magazine cobbled together.
side street, ducking off the main road by the tube station quaintly cobbled, dingy.
The traffic on the cobbled streets outside the venue merely emphasizes this frustration.
A relatively modern 1958 Ford flatbed truck with bunks cobbled from scrap steel hauled the necessarily short logs to the mill.
Steep, cobbled walkways leading down into the lower city, lined with interesting looking shops.
The village has many cobbled streets and narrow wynds.
Must see: Visit the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu for stylish vintage cars, and the cobbled key of Lymington.
Let 's take the shambolic mess of a review that Premier magazine cobbled together.
A side street, ducking off the main road by the tube station quaintly cobbled, dingy.
There was a winding cobbled street ahead of us, and a stall selling oranges.
The steep cobbled lane to the right of the tenement building is Gloucester Street.
The narrow cobbled streets have various shops and there is a selection of waterfront cafes and tavernas to enjoy in the evenings.
Opening the letter made a crisp ripping sound, pulling the band-aids off my cobbled together calm.
The cobbled street setting may have looked typical, but inside the homes the characters' lives were anything but!
Narrow streets, some cobbled, alleys leading down to the waters edge.
The narrow streets and cobbled alleyways are full of old world charm.
Lovely little Austrian village, totally authentic, with old buildings and cobbled, narrow streets.
cobbled courtyard except to unload luggage.
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