How do you get about?

The phrasal verbs ‘getting about’ and ‘moving around’ mean to get from one
place to another, from A to B. At the moment I’m using different means of
transport, and each has its pros and cons.
I drive, but I don’t always take my car to work. It’s not easy to park during
the week, so, I either walk, go by bus or use a city bike. The bikes are cheap,
fast and I get some exercise, although they aren’t always available and not
very convenient if it’s really cold or raining.
I’m walking more and more these days. It gives me a lot of time to think
about stuff or listen to music or podcasts. I get some exercise too, but I do
have to leave home a bit earlier because walking isn’t exactly the fastest way
to get around the city.

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