Who can even remember addresses anymore? Trying to navigate with street numbers and names can be difficult, especially in a big urban area. Was that 1847 48th Street? Or was it 1848 47th Street? Or was it West 48th Street? Or was it 47th Avenue?Some cities make it even worse by adding to street names with suffixes like “Northeast” or “Northwest.” And then there are cities like Atlanta, which has 71 streets with “Peachtree” in the name, along with compass directions and indicators like “Drive” or “Street” or “Place.”Not only can you have directions like “Peachtree and Peachtree,” you can also find yourself standing at the wrong corner of Peachtree and Peachtree, which is mildly infuriating. Three little words are going to take the navigation pain away.