Prepositions after "bustle"

bustle of, with, in or to?

In 84% of cases "bustle of" is used

Close to Bodmin but a million miles from the hustle and bustle of daily life is Coombe Mill.

Villa Bukit Ubud offer tranquility and relaxing atmosphere, far from hustle and bustle of city life.

In the hustle and bustle of New York, it is a huge challenge to make sure that meals are not missed.

The beaches and the natural greenery are a wonderful break from the hustles and bustles of city life.

Every town needs the hustle and bustle of a busy shopping centre, we all have a vested interest in it.

Away from the hustle and bustle of this concrete cage - back into the country side - rural kind of setting.

The restaurant, as expected, was very basic and brought to us the classic hustle and bustle of yum-cha places.

Waka Di Ume Waka di Ume is only minutes from the hustle and bustle of Ubud, the cultural and artistic heart of Bali.

Popular ways to escape the hustle and bustle of city life includes swimming in the ocean, doing yoga, and hiding in a cave.

Reopened in November 2005, Top of the Rock welcomes visitors to a unique venue, removed from the hustle and bustle of the city.

In 13% of cases "bustle with" is used

While many Arab capitals bustle with life after iftar most of Khartoum's dusty streets are deserted.

Possibly the best night life is in the streets, which bustle with life until the early hours of the morning.

EXPO PARK HUB At the southern terminus was the Expo Park Hub, which unlike most of the stretch between downtown and the hub, bustled with activity.

Then step into a different world of traditions and rituals in the culturally rich Chinatown and Little India neighborhoods, bustling with markets, food stands and shops selling local collectables.