And, if you're looking for a pub, well, you won't find one anywhere - except the street named Pub Lane in Kennet, Wiltshire.
And - most bizarrely - a search for "Dog and Duck pub" takes you to Cheshire Police in Winsford, for some reason.
A search for "kebab houses" brings up a load in and around Crewe, which seems to be Google's favourite part of the UK - or Yell's since it provides the listings.
Strangely, "kebab house" works in the singular, but "pub" we find only works in the plural. Type "pubs" in the search and you'll find loads - in Crewe.
Type "Luton" and you'll go there. Then type "pub", you'll go to Pub Lane, Kennet. Type "pubs" instead and you'll get a load.
Google maps is a Beta of course, so we're sure they're getting there. µ
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