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markee174 Announcing the MD 'Omega Overvecht Stroll'. If you are lucky and get aimless enough you will hopefully come across the Rooi Brug (our local red light district ;) which should at least occupied until you can work out where you go from there.

gollum Isn't the Omega architecture rather more like the Leidse Rijn? New but no great advance on anything built in the last 10 years in Almere? :)

JGZ The Select tour will involve visiting a number of major junctions in the Utrecht to show the benefits of their restructuring, with their nice new rounded courners, coloured street signs and cool new rubbish bins ;)

 is a RISC OS Userblahsnr on 5/3/04 9:22PM
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