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    #1

    where she often visited

    In the scene, the woman is staying in her hometown and thinking about a coffee shop in New York, where she often visited after work.
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    If it is possible to say '[...] this nice place, where she often visited.', where "to visit" is functioning similar to "to go", it should be possible to say something like this:

    "- Have you been to New York?
    - Yes, I visited there last year."
    Q #1: Is it possible?
    Q #2:
    Would you say "[...] this nice place, which she often visited.' or does "where" sound completely acceptable to you?

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    Re: where she often visited

    Possible on all counts, intransitive versus transitive usage.

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