Is it better to omit 'at'? 'The place where you can enjoy your time ... is AT one of the ...'
The complete sentence is 'The place where you can enjoy your time the most quietly is AT one of the coffee shops near the park.'
Oct 10, 2016 3:04 AM
Answers · 2
Do not omit 'at'. One option for saying this is: The place where you can best enjoy a quiet time is at one of the coffee shops near the park.
October 10, 2016
But maybe the sentence overall could be structured more clearly. What is it you would like to say?