resort for wealthy

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  • After 1872 the area became a popular summer resort for wealthy New Yorkers.
  • The settlement began to grow as a bathing resort for wealthy residents of Liverpool in the early 19th century.
  • However, after years as an elegant winter resort for wealthy patrons, the hotel closed in 1932.
  • It was initially intended purely as a summer resort for wealthy Louisvillians.
  • By the late 1860s Saint Anthony had become a popular summer resort for wealthy southerners.
  • The High Hills of Santee name has been in use since the 18th century, when the area became a popular resort for wealthy planters.
  • The area grew in popularity in Georgian times as a seaside resort for wealthy Dublin city dwellers.
  • The Roman author and admiral Pliny the Elder recorded that the town was rebuilt and became a popular resort for wealthy Romans.
  • This inn was a summer resort for wealthy Americans, New England Governors Conventions and politicians.
  • By the end of the 19th century the nearby areas along the Saint Petersburg-Vyborg section had become popular place of summer resort for wealthy Saint Petersburgers.
  • Gauting became popular as a weekend and holiday resort for wealthy citizens of the Bavarian capital, and since then it has become one of the most popular suburban communities adjoining Munich.
  • In the 19th century, and continuing into the early 20th century, Torre Del Greco was a popular summer resort for wealthy Italians.
  • By the late 19th century Clontarf was becoming urbanised, initially as a holiday resort for wealthy Dubliners, but rapidly as a suburb of the city.
  • The 19th century was a prosperous one for Boulogne, which became a bathing resort for wealthy Parisians after the completion of a railway line to the French capital.
  • Today, Ward Mansion is one of the last great houses remaining from a time when the North shore of Staten Island was a fashionable resort for wealthy New Yorkers.
  • Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, was originally developed as a resort for wealthy Manhattanites in 1879, but instead became a family-oriented Italian- and Irish-American community.
  • Busua has until the 60s of 20th century, been a town with a tradition as a being an seaside resort for wealthy locals from Sekondi-Takoradi.
  • Because of its beautifully landscaped streets and parks, and its man-made lake, Ridley Park became popular in the late 19th century and early part of the 20th century as a summer resort for wealthy Philadelphians who built most of the Victorian style homes still lived in today.
  • Magnolia grew rapidly in the 1860s, and in the late nineteenth century Magnolia served as a popular small-town resort for wealthy New Orleanians, who took trains north from New Orleans to enjoy Magnolia's fresh air and sparkling creeks.
  • Its salubrious climate and picturesque environments make it a favorite summer resort for wealthy families of Santiago, Puerto Plata and Moca, and a health resort for persons afflicted with stomach or lung trouble. Cited from Santo Domingo, by Otto Schoenrich
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