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Trafalgar

Cape. a cape on the SW coast of Spain, south of Cádiz: scene of the decisive naval battle (1805) in which the French and Spanish fleets were defeated by the British under Nelson, who was mortally wounded

Trafalgar

defeat of French and Spanish; zenith of British naval history (1805). [Br. Hist.: Harbottle Battles, 252–253]
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<div class="imageNone" style="width: 630px;"><img id="103913" class="imgPhoto magnify" title="Trafalger Falls" src="http://img.ibtimes.com/www/data/images/full/2011/05/25/103913.jpg" alt="Trafalger Falls" width="630" /> <div class="caption">Trafalger Falls</div> </div>
Continuing down the road there are several attractions nearby to keep you busy for days.&nbsp; A short walk finds you at Trafalger Falls, the iconic twin waterfalls (one is hot and the other cold).&nbsp; A winding road continues on through Trafalger and up to Laudat, the starting point for many of the island's famous hikes and home of the Rainforest Ariel Tram and Ti Tou Gorge (made famous in the Pirates of the Caribbean films).
That was torn down in the early 1980s by Trafalger House, which hoped to construct a new condominium and went so far as to construct a foundation.
Cunard Line-owned Trafalger House, according to Rosen, sold themselves to Hong Kong Land, which soon decided to go out of development.
We were there for a six-day, excitement-packed, Presbyterian conference and we had a blast!--Brock Lemiski worships at Trafalger, Oakville, Ont.
Scott Thomson, aged 24, of Trafalger House, Windsor Street, Coventry, making false representation to obtain social security and breach of a conditional discharge and one offence taken into consideration, conditional discharge for one year.
With European links are a colt out of triple Classic winner User Friendly (200) and a half-brother to smart trio Trafalger, Etizaaz and Santolina (winner of the Listed Sirenia Stakes at Kempton yesterday) out of a half-sister to Swain (542).