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Walk down the road straight until you see a road crossing this one. Just turn to the right down the road and keep walking until you see another road crossing the road, turn to the right down the road. As soon as you turn down the right, you will see the shop on the left side of the road. The shop name is written with big letters so it's easily noticeable.

Walk down the road and turn to the right and walk down the right road until you see a road crossing the road, and again turn right. There on the left side of the road you will see your destination.

Please correct my sentences and suggest me better versions too.
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I think I could get to my destination with these directions, but it's a bit wordy in places:

"until you see another road crossing the road" would more easily be understood as, "to the next road".
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Take the first right, and then the first right again. Once you take the second right, you'll see it almost immediately on the left... etc.
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Thank you friends.

Does that mean I can say "Walk down the road straight to the next road"?

Anyway, I'm looking for an expression to say "walk straight down the road and turn to the right and walk down the right road".

I feel my writing to express it is ugly. I hope you will help me with this. Thank you.
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Continue down this road a bit and then take your first right.

That's all you need to say.