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Old 03-20-2008, 03:11 AM   #16
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Is it wrong it looks like a nice-ish place?
Not at all. Most places in France look pretty nice-ish.

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Seems that there's a place in LOTR named after Wetwang, too.

Very mature, Tolkein. (Not that I'm expecting much maturity from a man that devoted his life to writing about dwarves and things).
I can just see the LOTR nerds now, hunting down funny Elvish place names ...
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You wouldn't believe how many Victoria Streets there are in Melbourne. It's ridiculous. Plenty of Park Streets too. My tram route runs on two Park Streets! One right at the southern end, and a completely different one near the northern end.
Oh, and Macquarie ___________, anybody?
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I used to live on one of many Beach Roads in Auckland.
Ah, New Zealand and its Beach Roads. You'd think Kiwis need to keep being reminded that islands are surrounded by water.
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Oh, and Macquarie ___________, anybody?
I lived on a Macquarie Street in Brisbane.

What's been really weird is that lately, Telstra has been sending me advertising to the following address:

123 Axversactual Street
456 Macquarie Street
Brunswick West

I'm amazed it's actually getting to me.

All of my bills have the correct address though. Typical.
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Ah, New Zealand and its Beach Roads. You'd think Kiwis need to keep being reminded that islands are surrounded by water.
The best part was that it went close to Howick beach, but that was at one end at the bottom of a pretty steep hill.

It was the same as how i was amused at how Mellons Bay Road was a turnaround near Mellons Bay but went miles away from the water in the other direction.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cunter
The hometown of Ann Coulter and Pauline Hanson?
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I think Adelaide's pretty good with street names. Although curiously, there seem to be quite a few named after Adelaide herself.

There is one place up in the hill that has some awesome streets named after Greek gods and Greek areas. Like "Apollo street" and "Thermopylai Avenue". I want to live there one day.
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Wow, we haven't? I thought we did that fairly early. But huh, it's not on our destinations list. I guess we just talked about it a lot.
I guess it's possible someone screwed the list up. Ian, can you do a search for Wetwang?
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I lived on a Macquarie Street in Brisbane.

What's been really weird is that lately, Telstra has been sending me advertising to the following address:

123 Axversactual Street
456 Macquarie Street
Brunswick West

I'm amazed it's actually getting to me.

All of my bills have the correct address though. Typical.
All the really cool stuff never makes it, only bills.
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The best part was that it went close to Howick beach, but that was at one end at the bottom of a pretty steep hill.

It was the same as how i was amused at how Mellons Bay Road was a turnaround near Mellons Bay but went miles away from the water in the other direction.


I love how Lambton Quay in Wellington, although once on the waterside, is now over two blocks from anything faintly resembling a quay.
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