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Found it fogg found Jenny Coolo (Roma)

Monday, March 26, 2007Italy

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From the San Pietro station we (one Schokokeks and I) walked to this cache and were fooled by the Garmin street map. At one point, the street displayed on the map just did not continue and we had to go around the hill - sometimes on very narrow streets without a sidewalk, which as quite scary. In the end, we were compensated by the marvelous view of the city.

TFTC - fogg

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