The proved hardness of the Learning With Errors (LWE) problem, assuming the worst case intractability of classic lattice problems, has made it a standard building block in the recent design of lattice based cryptosystems. Nonetheless, a thorough understanding of the security of these schemes from the perspective of existing attacks remains an open problem. In this manuscript, we report our implementation of the Bounded Distance Decoding (BDD) approach for solving the search LWE problem. We implement a parallel version of the pruned enumeration method of the BDD strategy proposed by Liu and Nguyen. In our implementation we use the embarrassingly parallel design so that the power of multi-cores can be fully utilized. We let each thread take a randomized basis and perform independent enumerations to find the solution instead of parallelizing the enumeration algorithm itself. Other optimizations include fine-tuning the BKZ block size, the enumeration bound and the pruning coefficients and the optimal dimension of the LWE problem. Experiments are done using the TU Darmstadt LWE challenge. Finally we compare our implementation with a recent parallel BDD implementation by Kirshanova et al.  and show that our implementation is more efficient.