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  • I have a weakness for fresh blooms and stopped at floral stands with flower-filled buckets dotting the car-free boulevard; they are as popular today as in past centuries.

    Susan Fogwell: Barcelona's Bustling La Boqueria Market

  • Chiselled beneath Keith Alexander's sculpture of Teesdale sheep, which guards the last flower-filled pasture before the river crossing at Winch bridge, are two quotations.

    Country diary: Forest-in-Teesdale

  • RASPA AND NILLY were almost horizontal by the final curve before the road flattened out and Nilly spotted the flower-filled meadow.

    Bubble in the Bathtub

  • The Hidden Lake trail takes you up wooden steps through a flower-filled meadow where bighorn sheep and mountain goats graze in front of snow-capped mountains.

    Exploring Glaciers in Montana

  • Jonathan Adler Hikers on the Hidden Lake trail can get close views of mountain goats grazing in flower-filled meadows.

    Visiting Montana

  • The room is covered at the top; however, a gap at the edge of the ceiling, filled with slatted glass, as well as flower-filled open sides, allows smoking to take place legally.

    Dusting Off the Stogie's Stodgy Image

  • But nothing prepared us for the staggering Alpine beauty of the region – flower-filled meadows, crystal-clear rivers and lakes – nor the views from Nebesa's chalets; snow-capped mountains to the east, endless valleys to the west, trailing down to the Adriatic.

    Summer holidays: 10 of the best trips for couples

  • After a quick survey of the world's major philosophical and artistic movements, he plunges us into a contemporary pastoral idyll, on the farm of a couple called Tim and Emma in Hertfordshire, where battery chickens have been set free to roam flower-filled meadows and sleep in yurts made out of Cath Kidston.

    Christina Patterson: What I Learnt from Prince Charles

  • On it, colorful mismatched china vies for space with framed pictures, flower-filled milk jugs and two straw hats.

    The Queen of Mugs and Saucers

  • But, park the horsebox in a flower-filled meadow, kit it out like a Toast photoshoot and give it a cute name – and you've got a retro-romantic-mini-break-on-wheels.

    My romantic break… in a horsebox

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