I have concluded that the engineers who laid out the road plan for most English cities were perpetually drunk. Having a map to navigate around is totally pointless. There are street names on the maps, but finding them on the street is a game of hide and seek. In the residential areas, they’re more easily found on the corner on a sign 2 feet high. In the city centres themselves, they tend to be on buildings. Sometimes. So, if you ever travel to Jolly Olde England, be sure to leave your sense of direction behind and leave plenty of time to make it from Point A to point B when traveling within England because you’re bound to get discombobulated.