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In message <199704072206.RAA18313@endeavor.flash.net> "R. Cummings" writes:

> The Germans, BTW don't navigate by compass points or route numbers but by
> towns. To go somewhere you must know what towns you go toward.

And the intermediate towns.  To get to Frankfurt from the centre of Hannover, 
you need to know that "Kassel" lies between the two.  Even more important, you 
must know that "Fernverkehr" means "long distance traffic" - otherwise you'll 
never get out of the city.

 Phil Payne
 Committee Member, UK Audi [ur-]quattro Owners Club