The houses in the European quarter are built of stone, are flat-roofed and provided with verandas.
These streets are wide and bordered with trees, and are flanked by shops with open fronts and verandas.
The houses are almost all of one storey, built in the quaint style of southern Spain, with red-tile roofs, and the better ones with verandas and court gardens.
It is a threestoreyed building with arcaded verandas and a fine staircase leading to a loggia on the first floor.
Formerly all South African houses had stoeps, but in the central parts of the larger towns the buildings are now without verandas.
I bedroom will have a door opening out on to the verandas 1 split air conditioner unit.
Some farm houses had geraniums on the verandas which provided a welcome splash of color.
slurping noodles after dark on verandas will become rioting, spitting, drug- taking delinquents.
On the first floor you will find 3 bedrooms, the main bathroom and spacious verandas.
The quiet couples slurping noodles after dark on verandas will become rioting, spitting, drug- taking delinquents.
Of those with river views, 104 have verandas.
The inn's two open-air verandas offer views and people-watching during breakfast, lunch and dinner and live entertainment and karaoke at night.
verandas, of no particular style of architecture, while the Protestant cathedral was formerly a powder magazine, to which a tower and spire have been added.
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