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Fifth Avenue (New York City) - is a major thoroughfare in the borough of Manhattan in New York City. It stretches north from Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village to West 143rd Street in Harlem. It is considered one of the most expensive and elegant streets in the world.
Looking northward from the Metropolitan Museum of Art at 81st Street
Howard Street (Hibbing, MN-goes through downtown)
From awhile back, notice the train tracks in the middle of the road. Also the red building on the left was the hotel-The Androy.
The street today. You can see the Androy Hotel sign in the background, the building is still there lower level used for events and the upper levels are senior living. Also no train tracks..............
One of the final pieces of the Interstate Highway System and one of the most expensive rural highways per mile built in the U.S. Through a significant portion of the canyon, the eastbound lanes extend cantilevered over the Colorado River.
Isn't it past your bedtime.....................
Jerusaleum Pilgrim Road (is an ancient road used by ritual processions ascending from the Pool of Siloam to the Temple Mount, Judaism's holiest site, via the Hulda Gates in the Southern Wall)
Katy Freeway (Houston, Texas) - is named for the suburb of Katy, located west of Houston, TX on Interstate 10, and comprises a certain span of I-10 west outside of downtown Houston. While it's difficult to say precisely where the Katy Freeway begins and where it ends, the 26-lane segment sits near the junction of I-10 with Beltway 8, also known as the Sam Houston tollway, 13 miles west of downtown Houston.
Remind me not to drive to/through Houston.
Yikes, I'll second that..........................
Las Vegas Boulevard (is a major road in the Las Vegas Valley of Nevada, best known for the Las Vegas Strip portion of the road and its casinos. Formerly carrying U.S. Route 91, which had been the main highway between Los Angeles and Salt Lake City, it has been bypassed by Interstate 15, and serves mainly local traffic with some sections designated State Route 604)