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GPS v. Sicily = WTF

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We were staying in Taormina for about a week last month taking various day trips using the GPS. Well, we have certainly driven on some unusual roads, paths, dirt alleys, and assorted passageways of four wheeled transport. We ultimately end up at our intended destination, usually, but what was it thinking?

Returning to Taormina each evening begins our craziness again, especially on the twisting, curving roadways. The screen resembled a dish of linguine. Once we knew our way back we disconnected the device and found our way back to the b&b.

The owner of the b&b gave us a map of Sicily, but it was the size of a double bed. I know, we should have brought one with us, but we did just fine, nonetheless, and it made for some good memories and laughs.

Life is good.

Buon viaggio,

Buon viaggio.

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