In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(restaurant/hotel) (before noun) ribereñothe waterside — la ribera
- by the waterside — en la ribera
- I'm a big fan of waterfront cities: there's just something about chilling out on the waterside that I really love.
- In a waterside hotel in the heart of the Home Counties, we can hear the rushing of the stream through open windows.
- The waterside gardens and pathway were conspicuously well presented.
- Always take your baits to the water in a insulated cool bag which will help keep the baits in tip-top condition during your stay by the waterside.
- I always mix my groundbait at the waterside and always with lake water.
- When I meet a fisherman on one of my waterside rambles, he may mention birds I haven't seen.
- In fact, as we headed away from the waterside, it seemed to become warmer, and less dark.
- West Wiltshire District Council has agreed in principle to free up some land for the proposed redevelopment of the waterside area of Trowbridge.
- There were a lot of rocks to pick through, and it was a ways down, but once I perched on the rocks by the waterside it was worth it.
- The various waterside hotels offer all the usual watersports that can be found anywhere but the real thrills are under the water.
- There were no bins in sight and perhaps the installation of these would assist in bringing the waterside up a grade.
- The waterside area is now home to numerous restaurants, boutiques and speciality shops.
- A line of huge, fresh cat's paw prints led from the waterside, over the sand to a pair of feathery scrape-marks like angels' wings in snow.
- How often do you change flies during a day at the waterside?
- Probably they were already holding an unofficial market there by the waterside, and some may even have been residing there.
- It's a lovely way to spend time at the waterside, trying to catch what many feel is the most sporting fish in the ocean around the UK coastline.
- We stopped by a meandering path that led down to the waterside, and followed it barefoot to within good sighting range of the herd.
- A quick jerk on his arm pulled him away from the spectacle and further away from the waterside.
- It could be the end of the decade before deckchairs and parasols appear, but the city has taken the first step to creating a waterside resort.
- We entered the waterside restaurant, and were seated at a small table near the back with a view of the water.
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