Shibuya 2, TokyoGraham St, Hong KongBroadway Blvd, Los AngelesW. Monroe St, ChicagoShibuya 3, TokyoCanal St, New YorkPei Ho St, Hong KongWalker St, New YorkHollywood Blvd. 1, Los AngelesLe Loi, SaigonLincoln Blvd. 3, Los AngelesManhattan Bridge, New YorkBrooklyn Bridge 2, New YorkSky Train, Mo Chit to Rachathewi, BangkokTran Nguyen Hai Roundabout, SaigonChatuchak Market, BangkokLincoln Blvd 2, Los Angeles110 Northbound, Los AngelesW 34th St, New YorkThe Grove 1, Los AngelesJohnston Rd. 2, Hong KongThanon Ratchadamri, BangkokI-5 Southbound, Los AngelesBondi Beach, SydneyNguyen Yen Thai Hoc, Saigon6th Ave, New YorkSukhumvit Soi 11, BangkokSai Yeung Choi St, Hong KongHollywood Blvd. 2,  Los AngelesTimes Square 2, New YorkNathan Rd, Hong KongSoi Cowboy, BangkokBay Bridge 1, San Francisco
"If on arriving at Trude I had not read the city's name written in big letters, I would have thought I was landing at the same airport from which I had taken off. The suburbs they drove me through were no different from the others, with the same little greenish and yellowish houses. Following the same signs we swung around the same flower beds in the same squares. The downtown streets displayed goods, packages, signs that had not changed at all. This was the first time I had come to Trude, but I already knew the hotel where I happened to be lodged; I had already heard and spoken my dialogues with the buyers and sellers of hardware; I had ended other days identically, looking through the same goblets at the same swaying navels. Why come to Trude? I asked myself. And I already wanted to leave. "You can resume your flight whenever you like," they said to me, "but you will arrive at another Trude, absolutely the same, detail by detail. The world is covered by a sole Trude which does not begin and does not end. Only the name of the airport changes."

- Italo Calvino, "Invisible Cities"