I’m not a fan of the new version of Google Maps.
But, hey, we live in the digital age, right?
It seems like it would be a good idea to make a shortcut to the latest and greatest from Google’s world-famous brand.
Google Maps’ version of Ireland was built with the aim of making it easy to get to your destination, without having to navigate the world’s most confusing roads.
But after testing the new map, I’ve found it’s not that simple.
The new version was created with the goal of making the journey from Dublin to Cork more enjoyable, and more accessible.
And it’s done it, and it’s really pretty.
For starters, you can now choose to get a direct route from Dublin into Cork from any point on the map.
I have to admit, the only thing I would change is that I would also have to go through the hassle of driving from Dublin and then back across the country to find my way to the border.
I’d love to see Google give the Irish a direct line to their destination.
But that’s just me, because it doesn’t happen all that often.
As it stands, you need to get through the whole country and get through Ireland to get from Dublin, or a nearby country, to Cork.
That’s a bit of a pain in the arse.
So the solution to this issue is to take a direct Irish-to-Cork route.
This means that the next time you’re in Dublin, you’ll be able to just pop into any point along the way and have it take you directly to the country.
That way, when you get to Cork, you don’t have to drive all the way across Ireland to find your way there.
Now, that would make for a nice shortcut for anyone looking to get around the country or get from point A to point B, but that’s not how Google Maps works.
The app works differently, and lets you get around Ireland by using a direct Ireland-to-(Cork) route.
In the Google Maps app, the directions are drawn from the top of the screen, and the route from point to point is drawn from its bottom.
That means the route you get when you tap the “Ireland” button on the top right hand corner is drawn entirely from the bottom.
It’s a clever workaround for the way Google Maps maps work.
It makes it easier to figure out where you’re going, and that’s a big part of why it works.
But when you’re driving along a country road, it’s just as easy to figure it out.
You just have to look at the map and tap the ‘Ireland’ button on it.
This works well for a couple of reasons.
First of all, it works well on a road where you can see a lot of people passing by.
If you’re passing by an intersection and a car pulls up alongside, that’s probably a good indicator of where you are.
And you’re not going to see the person driving the car when you look at a Google map, so it’s a good way to avoid getting distracted.
And second, it makes the map work even better if you have to get there quickly.
That is, if you want to get somewhere, you’ve got to get off the road fast, so that you can get to the next location without having a lot to do.
But if you need a bit more time, you’re probably better off just using a GPS-enabled car or a motorcycle.
While it’s great to be able see the Irish side of a road, Google’s navigation system is still very basic.
So if you’re trying to navigate from Dublin towards Cork, and want to switch from the Irish route to the Irish one, it will still work.
You can also just keep doing the same route, without the hassle.
There are a few things that make navigation on the new Google Maps a little bit harder.
The first is that the Irish-Irish route does not appear in the Dublin route.
The only way to get that route is to make your way through the rest of Ireland.
The map doesn’t tell you how far you have gone, but it tells you the distance you’re currently travelling.
It takes about 5 minutes for the Dublin to Dublin to get you from Dublin back to Dublin.
That will be about the same as going through the same distance by car.
That seems like a lot.
But it’s also less time-consuming than travelling by car, which is another point of frustration for people who don’t want to wait for an hour or more to get where they need to be.
It also means you’ll end up driving around the countryside.
That isn’t ideal either, because you’ll also need to go a little slower than your local speed limit, because the map still tells you that you’re traveling at 80 km/h.
But at least you won’t need to