GPS module

I was wondering if anyone could help me. I'm new to the arduino and want to build a GPS tracker. The idea is to readout the standard data like altitude and speed on the lcd. En to be able to choose with the buttons on the lcd shield.

I know almost what code to use. But the real problem is how to connect the different parts, wich pins go where?

The parts: - Arduino Nano - LCD shield ( http://hackerstore.nl/Artikel/9) - GPS module ( http://www.ebay.nl/itm/New-UART-Serial-GPS-Module-For-Arduino-uController-w-Breakout-Board-Pins-/330725788211 )

The parts:

Why would you choose an Arduino that doesn’t take shields, and then buy a shield?

The website (and code) suggests that the pins used are digital pins 4 through 9 and analog pin 0, so you need to make connections from the LCD shield’s pins to the micro’s pins, for those pins.

The GPS can be connected to any pins, and SoftwareSerial used to read from/write to it. Or, use the hardware serial pins, for faster/more reliable communication.

The arduino Nano was from a previous project. That game with the neccessary explication. Andere die nog require any knowledge of the arduino system.

Wich arduino would you suggestie tot use? Or would it be possible tot connect everything with some soldering?

That game with the neccessary explication. Andere die nog require any knowledge of the arduino system.

You lost me there.

Wich arduino would you suggestie tot use?

One that comes with a spell-checker? 8)

The UNO is designed to accept shields. That's what I'd use.

Or would it be possible tot connect everything with some soldering?

Sure.