It's a point of pride, really.


Bert Sperling's Top 10 Most Difficult Cities to Navigate
1. Boston, MA
2. Washington, DC
3. San Francisco, CA
4. Baltimore, MD
5. New York, NY-Northeastern NJ
6. Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood-Pompano Beach, FL
7. Los Angeles, CA
8. Seattle-Everett, WA
9. Providence, Pawtucket RI-MA
10. Norfolk-Newport News-Virginia Beach, VA

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We're number two!

I knew DC was a difficult city, so I borrowed a GPS tracker to help me find my way. What the poor little GPS didn't know was that so many streets changed during certain hours (when you could turn/not turn, etc).

I was ready to toss that sucker into the Potomac.

San Fran doesn't strike me as that bad. Berkeley is worse: many streets are one-way or blocked off because of neighborhood complaints, so you may never arrive at a spot if it's residential. Pittsburgh is also terribly difficult, because few roads go straight, and many change names for no reason.

We're number nine!

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