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    Default down the street.

    When you say "down" the street, does it mean "at the lower part" of a slanted street or just "along" a street?

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    W: Are there other hotels in this town, then?
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    Default Re: down the street.

    It could mean either. If the street is on a hill, then "down" likely indicates a direction. Otherwise, it simply means it is on the street.

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