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'''Norwich''' is the main city in the county of Norfolk in the [[East (England)|East]] of [[England]].
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'''Norwich''' is the main city in the county of Norfolk in the
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The city has a smooth pace of life and hitching out towards the countryside shouldn't be too difficult. The city is surrounded by a ring road and every entrances are connected with a Park & Ride services. Although it is not too far from the centre and at a reasonable walking distance, you can always catch the 'Park & Ride' bus and start to hitch from the parking areas.
 
The city has a smooth pace of life and hitching out towards the countryside shouldn't be too difficult. The city is surrounded by a ring road and every entrances are connected with a Park & Ride services. Although it is not too far from the centre and at a reasonable walking distance, you can always catch the 'Park & Ride' bus and start to hitch from the parking areas.
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Norwich
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Country:
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England
State: East (England)
Population: 132,200
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Norwich is the main city in the county of Norfolk in the of England.

The city has a smooth pace of life and hitching out towards the countryside shouldn't be too difficult. The city is surrounded by a ring road and every entrances are connected with a Park & Ride services. Although it is not too far from the centre and at a reasonable walking distance, you can always catch the 'Park & Ride' bus and start to hitch from the parking areas.

Hitchhiking out

Simon hitched out on Dereham Road, which certainly still feels like being inside the city, to go towards King's Lynn. A ride within five minutes, and plenty of smiles, thumbs up and waves before hand. And, when a car pulled over, a ride straight to King's Lynn, what chances huh?

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