OK, so we’ve really outdone ourselves this year, but better late than never we always say – this year, November…
The toilet – home to some of humankind’s most intimate moments, and probably one of the last things you’d think you’d find on Google Maps (or think to look for, for that matter). One might be surprised, however, at just how many random toilets and toilet-related items are lying around on Google Maps. As part of our effort to maintain our highbrow credibility, we’ve collected a few for you here; it’s a dirty job but someone has to do it.
Thursday, 8th March 2012
Last year bundle.com released a list of the 25 most expensive restaurants in the US, with mind-boggling average prices for highly stylised meals consisting of a wide array of exotic ingredients. However, it won’t cost you a penny1 to join…
Friday, 2nd March 2012
The world has a certain reverential (or just morbid) fascination with the death sites of famous musicians. The pantheon of dead music legends is far too great (and depressing) to capture in just one article, but here’s a look at just some of the famous/infamous places where great talents have met untimely ends.
Tuesday, 28th February 2012
Not content with covering almost every road in the world, Google have partnered with the University of Queensland to produce underwater Street View, and have announced plans to cover Australia’s Great Barrier Reef in September of this year. The images…
Thursday, 23rd February 2012
When Napoleon’s reign over much of Europe came to an end in 1814, his opponents shipped him off to the Italian island of Elba. When Napoleon made his way back to France anyway and was deposed yet again, the British sent him to the remote Atlantic island of Saint Helena. Here are the various homes and locales Napoleon called home during his island imprisonments.
Friday, 17th February 2012
A monstrous racing circuit in the shadow of Mount Fuji, Fuji Speedway has played host to the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix, Le Mans prototypes, Super GTs, and now the Street View car and trike team!
Wednesday, 8th February 2012
Previously on Google Sightseeing
The Skellig Islands are located 13km of Ireland’s south west Kerry coast. In 1996 Skellig Michael was designated as a…
Every day around the world, millions of people gather in giant stadiums to watch their favourite sporting events and performance acts. But what happens when time inevitably catches up with these facilities? Today we begin our tour of abandoned stadiums from around the world with a look at old arenas in Europe, South America, and Africa.