>Running 101>New runner - some help please of where to go from here
Carolyn, I run in London when I stay with my daughter in Nottinghill and the one thing I notice is that runners never acknowledge each other unlike when I'm running at home where we always smile and wave.
I prefer the countryside but the is a buzz about running around a Capital city early in the morning especially Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace area.
One of the UK forum runners was on a pedestrian refuge in the middle of a main road near St James Park and realised the runners he was sharing it with was David Cameron and his bodyguard
Old age is when you move from illegal to prescribed drugs.