If, when she drove by in her caleche, some stranger had asked, "Who is she?"
Almost at the head of the line she could see the raised hood of Prince Andrew's caleche.
"They are now putting the horse into the caleche," said Fario, who had been watching the Rouget stable.
But, pray, don't mind your luggage, for my caleche is loaded.
Nowadays most tourists eschew the caleche and turn towards trolley cars.
A small black and white spaniel followed the caleche, yapping.
We had hired a caleche and I gave directions that all should be ready at the hour indicated.
As the Canon of Toledo returned to the caleche, he had spoken a word to the post-boy.
The stranger who arrived in the caleche awhile ago spoke a few words to them, and they went.
Is it written in Ollendorf, think you, how many hours a man can sit in a caleche?