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The Accidental Tourist

-- Bill Bryson

The muddle-head

The narrator confesses to being easily baffled. He is not good at managing mundane things in the real world and wonders how others accomplish them without difficulty. He is constantly looking for wash-rooms in a cinema, only to be trapped in an alley with self-locking doors. He is particularly hopeless at remembering room numbers in hotels and has to check from the hotel desk repeatedly…

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