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WALKING AND BIKING
Prevention magazine named City the best walking city in North Carolinawhich comes as a shock to those who live here and struggle to get around on foot. Uptown is the best neighborhood for walking; the compactness of the area and extensive sidewalks make it possible to explore without a car. Outside of Uptown, there are a few areasincluding South End, NoDa, and parts of Dilworth where it’s possible to walk from one attraction, restaurant, or shop to another. Elsewhere, the lack of sidewalks and long distances between destinations are not conducive to walking.
Bicycle commuting in City is a dangerous proposition. Helmets are not mandatory for riders over the age of 16 and the lack of bike lanes means that cyclists either ride on the sidewalk or must squeeze to the right side of the road as vehicles speed past. There are a few bike racks in Uptown, but elsewhere in City it can be difficult to find a place to safely lock up your ride. Though bicycle commuters will find it difficult to get around in City, recreational cyclists have plenty of options.
History for Brasilia Map Tourist Attractions
Refreshing honesty to go with my refreshing brew. Next door Brasilia Map Tourist Attractions to Tiffins is the blue-painted Annette Puttnam building; look out for the reassuringly old- Brasilia Map Tourist Attractions fashioned Hovis sign. Continue past the magnificent cream-walled Fairfield House and the delectable sixteenth-century half-timbered Fairfield Cottage. Pass the Middle Street turning, noting the Old Forge to the left, while opposite is the fine tile-hung Windmill House. The name is a reminder that hereabouts was a large area containing storehouses and cottages associated with a working windmill. Then on the left you reach the Petworth Cottage Museum.