In the recent blog post A pain in the… I described my summer holiday fun being a cycling tour round the Baltic coast.
You meet a lot of data quality issues on such a tour.
One experience was when we arrived in the Polish town Świnoujście. I planned the tour using Google Maps. According to the plan we would arrive in Świnoujście from the west, cross the bridge over the river Świna and reach the ferry to Sweden on the east bank close to the railway station.
Nice plan. Only thing: Opposite to what’s shown on Google Maps – and told in the route planner, there is no bridge across the river in the real world.
Fortunately there was a free ferry service across the river. So we did catch the once a day big ferry to Sweden in time.
PS: The road name on the bridge on Google Maps is by the way Wodna. Wodna is Polish for (something with) water.