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.
Bennie was a fifty-foot tall, 15,000 pound brachiosaur with a shady past, who used to watch over the I-680 highway from this vantage point in Benicia, CA. Before moving here Bennie used to live on the I-80 in Dixon, CA…
Sunday, 26th February 2006
As a follow up to yesterday’s fabulous elephant shadow, here’s an equally cool giraffe shadow in Oakland zoo! I think these are ace Thanks to Paul LaVigne and Vladimir Vysotsky.
Tuesday, 21st February 2006
This is the world famous Lombard Street in San Francisco. Known as “the crookedest (most winding) street in the United States”, Lombard street was re-created in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas as “Windy Windy Windy Windy Street”. Its ridiculous switchback…
Thursday, 16th February 2006
Desperate to get people through the doors, The San Diego Museum of Man in Babloa Park proclaims that there’s “Wonderful Things Inside” to those on approach to Lindbergh Field Airport. Can anyone verify the claim? Thanks: js
Wednesday, 15th February 2006
Male and female Acid Smileys in Long Beach Harbour. Uh, yeah, I haven’t got much else to say. Thanks: Jesse Allmyer
Tuesday, 31st January 2006
This is the Foster City sign in (you guessed it) Foster City, California. Founded in the 60s, Foster City is built entirely on landfill in what was previously marshland. Matt Schneider says that during the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake the…
Thursday, 29th December 2005
Previously on Google Sightseeing
During the 19th and early 20th centuries, villages were constructed by English industrialists and landowners to provide housing close to…
Last year bundle.com released a list of the 25 most expensive restaurants in the US, with mind-boggling average prices for…