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Top 5 favorite undergrounds

We love to travel by underground, its fast and easy!! (well not in every country!!) The last few years we were in a couple of world citys and took the subway/underground/U -Bahn. The way it works is pretty much the same in every city but some are easier than other!! Have fun!!!

Updated January 29, 2009
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