from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A narrow coastal region between the Alps and the Mediterranean Sea extending from southeast France to northwest Italy. The Riviera, known as the Côte d'Azur in France, is a popular resort area noted for its flowers grown for use in perfumery.
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- proper n. The coastal area of southern France and north-western Italy between Cannes and La Spezia
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- n. a coastal area between La Spezia in Italy and Cannes in France
Los Ayala, on Mexico's Nayarit Riviera, is just now beginning to be discovered as a tropical beach destination by foreign tourists.
Lo de Marcos on the Nayarit Riviera is agenuinely Mexican town with a wide beach of soft, almost white sand.
The last and probably the most popular resort destination, located in the center of the Mexican Riviera, is Puerto Vallarta; home of nearly 50,000 North Americans.
By definition, Riviera is an Italian term originally from the Middle Ages for the coast of Liguria.
Los Ayala, on Mexico's Nayarit Riviera, is just now beginning to be discovered by foreign tourists.
The Italian Riviera is a good choice for its proximity to chez nous, * for its gastronomy, for its seaside allure and for an exotic change of scenery.
The tragedies began about the time she made the switch from public school in Riviera Beach, Fla., a tough area, to Benjamin, an exclusive private school.
The whole Mayan Riviera is a tourist destination and is multi-lingual with english the most common second or third language.
References: le balcon (m) = balcony; la cloche (f) = bell; le midi (m) = midday, noon; Riviera of Flowers (in Italian: "Riviera dei Fiori," so-named for the flower industry in this part of Italy); tout simplement = quite simply
First Steel Cut for New 'Riviera' - 'Marina' Readied for Float Out Chinese tourists 'growing taste for pleasure voyages along the picturesque Three Gorges on the Yangtze River.
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