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Old 11-13-2003, 12:45 AM   #1
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Ok, Im casting my vote for the tube in London, maybe its because I speak english, or maybe because it was the only one that I could easily navigate blitzed out of my mind, but in just one day, I knew the underground by memory and I was hopping between the Northern Line and Piccadilly without even thinking about it. London Underground perfectly put you exactly where you wanted to go, and wasnt that expensive either.

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Toronto's subway is pretty easy, north and south, east and west...


But if you wanna check some subway systems around the world, try this link...[IMG]World Subway Systems

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yeah that does look pretty easy, Ive never been to Toronto but now I know what to expect for transport
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Hey all
Vancouver skytrain is also really really easy to use, fast and conviniet, I dont live in Van, but I was hopin around on the sky train before I was 10 whenever I went to visit my sister, drops you off at all amjor spots
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