This is specifically about the climate, and where on the planet it would be mildest.
Imagine Earth, rotating at the usual distance from the sun. Except, it is tidally locked to the sun; a so-called "Eyeball Planet".
One spot on the earth is always directly facing the sun; lets call this the "Day Pole".
Opposite that spot would be the "Night Pole", eternally dark and impossibly cold.
To my understanding the Day- and Night-Poles' extreme climate would make them entirely uninhabitable, unless I'm mistaken.
What we will call the "Equator" on this earth is the band exactly between these two poles. At any point somewhere near the "Equator" the light would be like different levels of permanent twilight/dusk.
My question is, Where on the planet would the climate be most hospitable for earth-life, in relation to the Poles and "Equator", and where in the sky would the sun be if you were there?