The Great Pyramid of Cholula in southern Mexico is a little-known archaeological site which may once have been the largest pyramid (by volume) in the world. Also known as Tlachihualtepetl (‘artificial mountain’), the pyramid has a base 450m square –…
Thursday, 31st March 2011
Stanley Park is the centrepiece attraction of the city of Vancouver, receiving eight million visitors each year. At exactly 1,001 acres, it is ten percent larger than New York’s Central Park. A mix of natural and man-made landscapes, the park is renowned for its temperate rainforest setting on a peninsula that juts into the Strait of Georgia.
Tuesday, 29th March 2011
Out in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Street View car has captured a Frank Gehry building in the process of being built. It’s the Cleveland Clinic’s Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health which opened in July 2009 so it’s reasonable to…
Friday, 25th March 2011
More than three years in, the folks at Google have amassed a healthy roster of countries covered by Street View. Alas, there are still those places where the Street View cars must turn around at the border. Luckily, they often get close enough to at least give us a glimpse at what lies on the other side.
Tuesday, 15th March 2011
With springtime just around the corner (in the Northern hemisphere at least), some readers may be thinking about booking a holiday. You might expect that spending more money on your hotel would guarantee the best stay, but is this true…
Tuesday, 8th March 2011
While this may look like a graffiti-covered abandoned factory such as you might find many parts of New York, it is in fact a graffiti-covered abandoned factory in New York that has been converted into a studio space for artists…
Friday, 4th March 2011
Previously on Google Sightseeing