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Old 01-31-2008, 03:18 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by haggeo
the int. means interseccion, you don't have to know spanish to know what that means. the A is Avenida. in costa rica the addresses are given in meters from some church, street corner or other landmark, 300 metros de la iglesia santa teresita, and so on.
Yeah, it all makes sense now Part of the problem is that Bicimapas for Guadalajara doesn't recognize *any* street names, otherwise Patria would have registered a hit and the confusion would have evaporated.

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