Last night you were enjoying a drink in the tavern. While keeping to yourself, you overheard the following conversation behind you:
Man 1: ... but how are we ever going to afford that?
Man 2: You've heard tales of the legendary treasure inside the mountain? Well it's all true! Once we get it, we'll be set for life.
Man 1: That's crazy talk. Countless adventurers have tried and failed. What makes us any better than them?
Man 2: The difference is that I know the secrets to get in. It all starts in this very town. You see, the town itself is the map.
Man 1: That doesn't even make sense. How can a town be a map?
Man 2: Look, read it like this and number the sections like so, then it's clear where to go!
Man 1: I think you've had too much to drink, this is all just nonsense.
Man 2: Listen, we can go somewhere more private and I'll fill you in on all the details. Just trust me on this.
Man 1: Alright, I've got nothing to lose but time. I still think we're chasing a fairy tale, though.
Intrigued by this conversation, you began searching for clues on this treasure. Figuring your best bet is to determine how the town is a key, you obtained a map of the town.
Written on the back of the map is the message, "Everything is not always as it seems."
Asking around, you discover a few interesting bits about the town. For example, it was created in 1026 AD, and the person credited with founding the town was a Mr. Francis B.