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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.”
“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.”
“RASPA AND NILLY were almost horizontal by the final curve before the road flattened out and Nilly spotted the flower-filled meadow.”
“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.”
“Jonathan Adler Hikers on the Hidden Lake trail can get close views of mountain goats grazing in flower-filled meadows.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“On it, colorful mismatched china vies for space with framed pictures, flower-filled milk jugs and two straw hats.”
“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.”
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