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One afternoon on a stroll near home, down Boulevard Saint-Germain — where the sound of honking horns had been taken over by chirping birds — I finally took the opportunity to gaze into Elbé’s windows.
Trees dot terraces along two walkways that spiral upward, evoking the feel of a stroll through the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Take a scenic stroll through the neighborhood’s plethora of parks and green spaces, shop for hidden gems at local boutiques, take care of everyday errands with ease, and sample the eclectic lineup of restaurants and bars at your fingertips.
Despite sunshine, brisk winds from the north and highs only in the mid- to upper 30s make long strolls less enticing.
That, coupled with the knowledge that walking is rich with health benefits, led me to start taking more strolls around the block.
The two women had no intention of bathing; they had just strolled down to the beach for a walk and to be alone and near the water.
They made their way to the corridor and strolled slowly up and down, passing and repassing others who were discussing the music.
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He felt rather guilty as he strolled beside this girl whose father had succeeded.
THE HOMESTEADEROSCAR MICHEAUX
We lit our pipes and strolled over in silence to the men's quarters, and it was his odd Canadian expression "Gee whiz!"
We stayed at the Pera Palace Hotel, and the first night after dinner, in our innocence, strolled out.

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