On or in?

There’s a really good youth hostel on Bothley Road. There’s a good hotel in Richmond Road. Is there a shoe shop on Hill Street? Which preposition is correct: in or on? Maria Rita

Both are fine! “On” is marginally better, but that’s largely a personal opinion. If you say “in” nobody will object.

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