Beach, country or city? Why?

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Avatar do usuário Flavia.lm 3885 1 9 86
Question: Beach, country or city? Why?

Answers:

- I can't imagine myself far from the vibrant atmosphere of the city;
- I like to enjoy country life and feel closer to nature sometimes.

Now it's your turn!
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Avatar do usuário murilo91 255 1 6
CITY of course!!!!!!! beach and the country side is cool as well, but for a short time!

I love towns, buildings, bridges, highways!

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Avatar do usuário RenanKenplers 55 1
Murilo says it all. I would never change the city for something else in this world.

The others are just an option to unwind.

Regards,
Avatar do usuário maryziller 295 1 1
The city life attracts me, too. I did a wiziq class on country life for the Learning English online classes.

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Country, because It's the best place to relax.
Avatar do usuário josneywat 305 6
I like beach, country and city the same. It really depends on the month I consider.
I can´t imagine I living in country side, The city is crazy, there are traffic, violence, theft, but I love it.
Beach, I like, but for weekend, When I wanna rest
Avatar do usuário Logan18 20
I prefer I living in the city, because here there are many things to do, we can enjoy with many possibilities to have fun...
Avatar do usuário Marcio_Farias 12350 1 22 206
No accounting for taste, but I'd ideally live at the beach. As a matter of fact, I used to live 80 meters away from the seashore. I love the sound of the high tide washing ashore. But living so close to the seashore has a price, that one of having to continually send to the repair shop electrical domestic appliances as they last considerably less because of the corrosive sea salt that travels into the house.

Then, on top of that, seashore dwellers may have to have good, strong legs in case a tsunami comes. Those who live 13 meters under the sea level know the damage monster tsunamis can cause. Imagine what a stealthy, 500-meter-tall tsunami can do to Recife, which like most Brazilian cities lacks an evacuation program. If onesuch tidal wave ever hits here, many will die including me. Surfboard anyone?
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Avatar do usuário w.slayman 110
Here is another one I can have fun with, Beach, Country, or City, at least before the oil spill.

Our house has a fenced back yard of about 200 square meters, and we have another 200 square meters of unfenced yard, so it is like being in the country.

We are about 400 meters from a city bus stop, and within 20 minutes driving time of two major shopping centers, the government offices, historic downtown and the Port of Pensacola. There are four major hospitals within 20 minutes diving time, so we live in the city.

We are within 25 minutes driving time of three beaches and within 45 minutes of three more, so we live near the beach.

All times are for driving a car, on the Harley the times can be reduced. :D

Therefore, for the purposes of this question, I submit that we live in a country home, near the beaches, in the city. :lol: