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“Beside my bedroom was a little studio with a door that opened onto a flower-lined path, leading to a chicken house.”
“And in some of these miniature medieval perched villages — a cluster of stacked houses, honey-colored stone churches with forged-iron bell towers, shaded squares and flower-lined narrow streets — there still isn't a designer boutique in sight.”
“When the temperatures soar, the locals head for the hills to the pretty perched medieval villages -- Ramatuelle, Gassin, Grimaud and Bormes-les-Mimosas -- and cool off while exploring the tiny vaulted streets, churches, flower-lined breezy squares and fountains.”
““Well, that was upsetting,” Poppy commented as we all wandered along the manicured, flower-lined path toward the pool area.”
“They watched the rain fall on the white buildings and the violet ocean, the gardens and patios and flower-lined verandas, and Tommy felt that everything, the whole world and everyone in it, had been created just for him, so that he could have this moment, and he and Tree could live through it together.”
“I took the flower-lined walk for the brief shelter from the rain provided by the trees arching overhead like a canopy.”
“They face gunfire and bombs while we head to our offices, watch our children's soccer games and walk through our flower-lined parks.”
“The day was sunny and mild, the girls were happy at the thought of heading off to find another beach, and the flower-lined first tee looked out on a flat opening par four that bent just far enough to the right to give it some texture.”
“By the light of the moon and an occasional gas lamp, he maneuvered through the flower-lined pathways.”
“The flower fades from my vision, replaced now by a flower-lined path where my mother's garden is bright with marigolds, pansies, petunias, and snapdragons.”
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