Yes, roller-skating rink is a noun.
Generally, no. Unless it is the particular name of a skating rink.
Victoria Skating Rink was created in 1862.
whom does linda argue with at the skating rink
a skating rink
A lot of money
skating No, it means at the ice-skating rink (skating is le patinage) It actually means ice rink
Ice skating rink.
The longest outdoor skating rink is the Rideau Canal in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
I'm going to the skating rink (probably the ice skating rink, but not necessarily)
The Skating Rink - 1916 was released on: USA: 5 January 1916
It means to go to a skating rink (either ice skating or roller skating), putting on skates, and then skating. The form of skates and the type of rink you need depends on what type of skating you wish to do.
Actually the typical dimensions of a skating rink differs mainly depending on the available size where the rink should be built. Additionally it depends whether the rink will be indoor or outdoor.
One major rink was Empire Skating Rink
Cascade Family Skating
Lynwood Skating Rink in Lynwood, Illinois
is there still a ice skateing rink in town
iN Deep - 2011 Skating Rink was released on: USA: 14 January 2012
In the United States, it will cost about $110,000 just to build the ice rink in an indoor skating rink. This is not included accessories and seating.
in an ice rink
at most hockey rink
an ice rink