Penthouse, top or Bottom..
I personally want the Penthouse.. Well may somewhere close..lol
I don't like to be in a building higher than I can jump to safety LOL... but if I HAD too pick/live there I'd do the Penthouse...private, lots of room and above everyone (I wouldn't have above noise).
NONE... I would wait by my time... live on the street if I had too. get out
of the city.. camp.. anything. get back to the family farm.. Once you
live on a farm.. you never could live in the big city in a High Rise..
I would smoother.. EEEWWWWWW... EEEWWWWWW.. Spent time in a big Hospital in Philly PA.. I hated all the big buildings.. Felt Shut in.. Tried to
find the Horizon... All I saw was buildings.. Went to the Top.. All I could see
then was sky.. that was a little better.. but where is the mountains the grass
the plains.. :lol:... Nope I would get sick living in a place like that..
depends on which city and which building.
I think it would be great fun to live in a big city for a while. I think it would be great fun to live on a farm (for a shorter while). I think it would be great fun to live in a differenty country for a while. Im game to try many different places... for a while.
Bottom I hate heights
IDK, too many people in a building like that. Likely it's in a really urban area too. Neither of those are for me. I like space, quiet, and not many people. Our city is about 80.000. Our home is in the suburbs with a lot of space.
I worked in San Francisco for a while, had an office at the top of the building, big office, big windows... ti was lovely- BUT, when I had to leave it, oh my. cars. people everywhere. elevators, traffic, car thefts, vandalism- nice area too- that's just what I think of an urban area in a large city. Ok for a short while, but I don't think I'd want to live there.
Depends on where it is. I would live on top in the penthouse, if it had views of the beach. Watch the sunset from my balcony every night.
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