An experienced traveler prepares himself in advance for a visit to a new country. He studies simpler aspects of the language, the geography, and the customs of the people and may, by means of maps of the principal cities, be able to orient himself so that later, when he threads his way through a city's streets, it will be as if he had been there previously.
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