At fishing harbour

Hotmale

Senior Member
Polish
Did I use the right prepositin in this sentence?

"They enjoy sitting at fishing harbours admiring sunrises."

Thank you
 
  • dijw

    Member
    US/English
    "At" is sperfectly correct. You could also use "by." And since harbors are often low-lying places, we frquently say say "down at" or "down by" the harbor, the bay, the sea, etc.
     
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