Cambridge - as above. I used to cycle in to the centre of Cambridge from a village called Histon...they have a strange remote controlled busway that runs from St Ives (no the one in East Anglia) all the way into town.I’m sorry, but I believe webbed feet is a requirement to live there. Besides that I’m not capable of shagging my sister.
that bit of coast by ingoldmells, chapel st leonards was so flat i swear if you were on the sea wall you were looking down at the RAF jags as they screamed in at 0 feet.Being from the Part of South Lincolnshire where a lot of the blokes from the Polish Airborne returned to and settled in after the second great unpleasentness it was hillairous when the first influx of Poles came over and some of the thugs were trying to throw there weight around them getting abused in there own language by the old bloke they thought was a local and him swing his walking stick at them like they were one of Bitrichs Panzer Troops, in my school the second most comon type of surname after the 3 main local ones were polish names
It’s a compromise. An electric chair allows me to get around locally, but the manual chair lets me get far and wide by myself as I can drag it in the car.
Another one for York and any of the surrounding villages.York is very flat, there are barely any hills in the city or surrounding area, some of the cobbled streets in the city centre might be challenging but the vast majority of it would be easy to get around. People are decent, university students everywhere (which you will appreciate in summer when the fit ones are all wandering around in next to nothing), more decent pubs than I could even list, good bus service, good rail links to get anywhere in the country quickly.
Scuse my ignorance here, Dingerr, but is there a hybrid option that allows manual operation and portability with an electric motor for the hilly bits?It’s a compromise. An electric chair allows me to get around locally, but the manual chair lets me get far and wide by myself as I can drag it in the car.
Porstsmouth includes the seaside resort of Southsea - all flat & good links to I of W, Gosport, France (Cherbourg, Caen, Le Havre & St Malo), Spain (Santander) plus only 90 mins by train to Waterloo (with UJC across the road).Portsmouth/Gosport area. If you have lots more cash, the south bits of West Sussex are quite flat.
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