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  • Yadid Levy for The Wall Street Journal SOUTHERN CHARM | A stone-paved street in Colonia del Sacramento As I squeezed through a narrow cobblestone passageway leading to a vista of the mighty Rio de la Plata, I found myself entertaining a thought far less noble than my surroundings: If I ever get into trouble—the kind that can't be solved by a check, a lawyer or an apology—this is where I'll run.

    A Great Escape

  • It was then that I saw that the settlement had been constructed on gradually descending levels separated by primitive stone-paved walkways.

    Rediscovering Italy in a Totally Silent Town

  • He finds, at the end of a stone-paved walkway leading off of the main pedestrian mall, a quite charming Mexican restaurant and decides to suggest it to Elaine for dinner.

    Kangaroo Dreaming

  • We turned up the Calle de los Suspiros "street of sighs", a stone-paved street flanked by old Portuguese homes.

    A Great Escape

  • He looked across the stone-paved plaza that led to the great docks themselves.

    Father Swarat

  • We lifted our astonished eyes and saw wide, stone-paved roads rising into the Vingaard Mountains, the highways thick with caravan traffic.

    Father Swarat

  • Off of the kitchen is a breakfast room, with French doors opening onto a stone-paved sun terrace.

    Tuscan Estate

  • Traffic is closed through the stone-paved street along the side of the market.

    Tepoztlan, Morelos Has It All - Part One

  • He took his pince-nez off, laid it on the stone-paved floor next the cigarette stump, smiled and shut his eyes.


  • This is my current project, a stone-paved culvert to take water draining past the house and direct it harmlessly to prevent wash-outs as it heads downhill.



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