Swedes miss Capri after GPS gaffe
A Swedish couple in search of the isle of Capri drove to Carpi, an industrial town in northern Italy, because they misspelt the name in their car's GPS.
And I especially like this:
"Capri is an island. They did not even wonder why they didn't cross any bridge or take any boat," said a bemused tourism official in Carpi.
Does the story illustrate the importance of correct spelling or the importance of common sense? Probably more the latter...
Oh, and here's a photo of Capri (not Carpi):