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Subaquay

Underground water ways
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Instead of trains and rails there are gondolas and other types of boats and water for a more romantic commute.
Knut, Feb 20 2004

Venice? http://www.westland.net/venice/canals.htm
Oh, I think [k] meant the other one. [Worldgineer, Jan 31 2005]

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       Venice?
k_sra, Feb 20 2004
  

       Nothing more romantic than punting through the sewer. (Add an ugly guy playing the organ to complete the picture.)
AO, Feb 20 2004
  

       Sounds like some creepy catacombs scene out of a horror flick to me.
Letsbuildafort, Feb 20 2004
  

       I'll keep this in mind next time I need to invite someone down once more to the dungeon of my black despair.
Tabbyclaw, Jan 30 2005
  

       i see too many ugly men playing with their organs on my way to work
benfrost, Jan 30 2005
  

       Do they still have monkeys and organ grinders on the street round your way, [ben]?
gnomethang, Jan 30 2005
  

       "Honey, I'm late for work! What did you do with my mask? I can't use the gondola in the catacombs without it, people will see I have no horrible disfigurement and only a mediocre singing voice."
moomintroll, Jan 30 2005
  

       This was a nice idea before you lot got hold of it... romantic boat ride becomes blundering through a sewer playing with your organ.
david_scothern, Jan 31 2005
  

       Subterranean soliton tsunami?
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Jan 31 2005
  

       wouldn't it be completely impassable come heavy rain? unless the boats, passengers and helmsmen are really short.
schematics, Jan 31 2005
  
      
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