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Boardwalk

A walkway, usually above a beach, whose surface is constructed of parallel planks; often set on a diagonal to the framing timbers below.

boardwalk

A walkway made of boards or planks, often a promenade along a shore or beach.
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If you watch this one from the boardwalk, you'll have plenty of company, but for a much different perspective, cross the Firehole River on a nearby bridge and detour onto the Observation Point Trail.
In contrast to its sister The Boardwalk, the Knightsbridge boasts beautiful medieval decor, charmingly lit by a cartload of candles.
When I found out that the Knightsbridge Bar is open until late at the weekends and is free, I wondered if there would be anyone downstairs at The Boardwalk at all.
Entering The Boardwalk, again I failed to see sea scales, and the decor was definitely more suited to Ann Boleyn than Baywatch.
I was still feeling bewildered as to how the Boardwalk got its name.
The park would give children a place to view birds, bulrushes and other wildlife from a meandering boardwalk while enhancing the environment via the highly treated wastewater used at Lake Balboa, the Wildlife Lake and the Japanese Garden, he said.
After researching the code compliance and properties of Trex decking, Mayor Byrne and the town council approved the building material for the new boardwalk.
After ten years, we're still getting compliments on the boardwalk," said Mayor Byrne.
Initially a mile and a half in length, the Trex boardwalk was expanded another mile from the pavilion to the town's stone arches in the spring of 1997.
As the Trex boardwalk continued to withstand harsh winters, hot summers and millions of beach-goers walking on it each season, the neighboring town of Belmar took notice.