So tensions were high before the Material Girl's Tuesday-night show on the Riviera.
Dick Diver begins as the graceful, competent king of the Riviera and ends as a washed-up drunk, estranged from everyone he loves.
Food Destination If I could vacation anywhere, I would go to the Riviera Maya in Mexico.
Born in Long Beach, California to Mexican immigrants, Riviera started her career in a family where music ran in the blood.
Let there be wine, food, music, and ravishing summer landscapes from Alpine meadows to Riviera beaches.
He will swell the number of wrecks retiring to the Riviera, to recall, under the palm trees, their forgotten triumphs.
He used an illustration borrowed from the records of the Riviera earthquake.
But it gives suburban Cannes an aspect unique on the Riviera.
He particularly mentioned the story of the Riviera crucifix.
Hitherto, majestic although its appearance, the palm of the Riviera has not produced dates.
Mediterranean seacoast around Genoa, 1630s, from Italian riviera, literally "bank, shore" (see river). In extended use, the coast from Marseilles to La Spezia, which became popular 19c. as a winter resort. Thence adopted (sometimes ironically) in reference to areas of other countries, e.g. American Riviera (Florida, 1887); English Riviera (Devonshire coast, 1882).
Note: Its scenic beauty and mild climate make it a popular vacation area.
Note: The French Riviera is also called the Côte d'Azur (the azure coast).