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I'm tempted not to use GPS the next time I go to Chicago. I was pleasantly surprised this last trip about how simple it is.
Well, I mostly stay out of large cities. But most cities are set up for someone to be able to navigate without referencing a map, as long as you know where things are supposed to be relative to major landmarks. I just hate traffic so prefer to stay clear.
I know who you are. I read your post.I'll freely admit that my post was arguably out of proportion. It's not the first time I have, nor will it be the last, and nor am I the only one.That said though, I'm not sure where the hypocrisy is in asking a question about knowledge and memory and also observing what I think can reasonably be considered a poor attitude about food in our culture, as well as the lack of prudence, patience, and discipline.
Where is "here"?
A ''u'' went missing :D
Just get on I-95 and keep going until You get to A1A.
@exitseven That is the most direct route but there are other routes which are longer but quicker because of traffic conditions on I-95.
yes, I remember taking a detour in North Carolina and saw a giant Ku Klux Klan sign by the side of the road.