Comments on: The Planted Promenade http://www.theparisblog.com/the-planted-promenade/ The Blog with Gaul! Group blog about expat life in Paris, France Thu, 14 Aug 2014 14:06:24 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.4.10 By: Charles Moulton http://www.theparisblog.com/the-planted-promenade/#comment-127 Wed, 13 May 2009 18:23:55 +0000 http://theparisblog.com/?p=1517#comment-127 I live in East Tenness and we seem to have the same weather except spring comes a couple of weeks earlier. We are surrounded with the big outdoors with the Smokey National Park, about seven national forests within a three hour drive, and the recently completed Big South Fork recreational area. The Tennessee River valley running NE to SW is wide and well suited to orchards and pasture as well as farming. It lies between the Smoky and Cumberland mountains.

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By: Charles Moulton http://www.theparisblog.com/the-planted-promenade/#comment-267 Wed, 13 May 2009 18:23:55 +0000 http://theparisblog.com/?p=1517#comment-267 I live in East Tenness and we seem to have the same weather except spring comes a couple of weeks earlier. We are surrounded with the big outdoors with the Smokey National Park, about seven national forests within a three hour drive, and the recently completed Big South Fork recreational area. The Tennessee River valley running NE to SW is wide and well suited to orchards and pasture as well as farming. It lies between the Smoky and Cumberland mountains.

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By: David (Paris Ambassador) http://www.theparisblog.com/the-planted-promenade/#comment-126 Thu, 07 May 2009 20:54:37 +0000 http://theparisblog.com/?p=1517#comment-126 This stroll is really worth doing in spring during shiny days. I especially like to observe the flowers buds and watch the street life with a dominating view from the bridge. After the viaduc, the pedestrian track is coupled with a bicycle path. A funny thing to do is to walk from Bastille to bois de Vincennes (around an hour and a half) and rent a vélib at bois de Vincennes. At one point, one should notice la Gare de Reuilly, a former train station converted into an office building, witness of the existence of this former railroad.

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By: David (Paris Ambassador) http://www.theparisblog.com/the-planted-promenade/#comment-266 Thu, 07 May 2009 20:54:37 +0000 http://theparisblog.com/?p=1517#comment-266 This stroll is really worth doing in spring during shiny days. I especially like to observe the flowers buds and watch the street life with a dominating view from the bridge. After the viaduc, the pedestrian track is coupled with a bicycle path. A funny thing to do is to walk from Bastille to bois de Vincennes (around an hour and a half) and rent a vélib at bois de Vincennes. At one point, one should notice la Gare de Reuilly, a former train station converted into an office building, witness of the existence of this former railroad.

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By: linkfeedr » Blog Archive » The Planted Promenade - RSS Indexer (beta) http://www.theparisblog.com/the-planted-promenade/#comment-125 Tue, 28 Apr 2009 08:48:13 +0000 http://theparisblog.com/?p=1517#comment-125 […] [1.1.7_509]please wait…Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes cast) This article was found on The Paris Blog. Click here to visit the full article on the original website. Occasional warm and sunny days, the trees finally bursting with leaves, drinks on outside […]

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By: linkfeedr » Blog Archive » The Planted Promenade - RSS Indexer (beta) http://www.theparisblog.com/the-planted-promenade/#comment-265 Tue, 28 Apr 2009 08:48:13 +0000 http://theparisblog.com/?p=1517#comment-265 […] [1.1.7_509]please wait…Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes cast) This article was found on The Paris Blog. Click here to visit the full article on the original website. Occasional warm and sunny days, the trees finally bursting with leaves, drinks on outside […]

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