promenade

promenade

[prom-uh-neyd, -nahd]

Public place where people walk (or, in the past, rode) at leisure for pleasure, exercise, or display. Promenades are pedestrian avenues pleasingly landscaped or commanding a view, often located along waterfronts and in parks. Vehicular traffic may or may not be restricted.

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"Promenade/Carolina" is a 7" single by American pop punk band Motion City Soundtrack. It was the band's first ever release, in 1999. The name comes from the two tracks featured on the EP.

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