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Definition of Touristically
Lexicographical Neighbors of Touristically
Literary usage of Touristically
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Life of Captain Sir Richd F. Burton by Isabel Burton (1893)
"Despite bogus lists and vamped-up reports this year will be, touristically speaking, a failure. And tourists are right. The tone of the population is ..."
2. Key Issues for Transport Beyond 2000: Introductory Reports and Summary of by Ecmt, (Paris) European Conference of Ministers, SourceOECD (Online service) (2002)
"With the exception of the larger (touristically) developed islands, most insular areas of Greece are ..."
3. Southern Africa: South Africa * Namibia * Botswana * Zimbabwe by Bernard Joliat (2000)
"... most southerly landfall of Africa is, strictly speaking, Cape Agulhas, l50 km (94 miles) to the east. But both historically and touristically Bartolomeu ..."
4. Crete by Moritz Maurus (2001)
"The touristically and historically most interesting part of the town is Ano Archanes with the Necropolis of Fourni, which served as a burial site between ..."
5. Crete by Eva Apraku, Michele Macrakis, Reginald Hanicke, Matthias Eckolt (2001)
"The entire eastern coast of the island has hardly been touristically developed so there are few hotels to be found Preceding pages: Weather-beaten windmills ..."
6. Corfu by Florian Fürst (2001)
"Ordering coffee or brandy after dinner is equally untypical of the Greeks, but in touristically-oriented restaurants it will be the norm amongst foreigners. ..."
7. Canada: Ontario, Quebec, Atlantic Provinces by Eva Ambros (1998)
"If planning to travel in touristically well-trodden regions, such as the Lauren- tides, make reservations ahead of time. Even in the larger cities it can be ..."