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I am wondering if "from where" is an acceptable relative phrase when we refer to a location.
You should stay at a hotel near the main station, from where/which you can travel everywhere in this country.
In this sentence, I think "where" is better but which is not wrong, as where refers to the location of the station and which refers to the station itself.
So, from where in this means "from at the station" or "from where the station is" and from which means "from the main station".
Did I distinguish between them correctly?
Any advice is welcome.
Thanks in advance.