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Trip Report Martin Luther King had a dream... in Paris

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Well, perhaps not, but at least he now has his own park in Paris, which I was delighted to visit yesterday. Only half of it has been completed so far, but when it is finished it will be larger than Parc Monceau.

It is in the new style of French parks -- lots of wild areas and natural flora and not much in the way of perfect flower beds.

You can check it out for yourselves here:

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