The action has since shifted to the Peace Forest/Tayelet (the promenade that dramatically overlooks East Jerusalem).
“You should go and see the promenade in the early morning,” one local (who asked not to be named) urged me.
A few moments to preen and promenade for the cameras following months of planning and fitting, hours of hair and makeup.
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The highlight for many of us in Southern Jerusalem will be the post-Kol Nidre Emek Refaim promenade.
The promenade for the guards, where a few drinking fountains were the only obstructions, was one seething mass of feminine youth.
Just such a promenade, with a sleepy band, just such a casino, just such a routine.
No, no; that is the first-class quarters; you know that you have no right on the promenade deck.
Father Fourcade and the doctor slowly resumed their promenade.
When we had talked it over, he gave me a cigar and we began to promenade the whole length of the roof.
1560s, "leisurely walk," from Middle French promenade (16c.), from se promener "go for a walk," from Late Latin prominare "to drive (animals) onward," from pro- "forth" (see pro-) + minare "to drive (animals) with shouts," from minari "to threaten" (see menace (n.)).
Meaning "place for walking" is 1640s; specifically "walkway by the sea" late 18c.; British sense of "music hall favored by 'loose women and the simpletons who run after them'" is attested from 1863. Sense of "dance given by a school" is from 1887.
"to make a promenade," 1580s, from promenade (n.). Related: Promenaded; promenading.