- Find the best vantage point to watch fireworks from.
- Plan walking excursions when in strange cities.
- Look for Randy Rhoades grave.
- Finding cool locations for a house or places with a great view.
- Find short cuts home from work.
- Penetrate the layers of privacy the idle rich use to hide there homes.
- Look at water ways in farm land to avoid buying a swamp.
- Show friends where your hotel was located in Paris.
- Find the places the government doesn’t want you to see.
- See what the cold war gave us.
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It is worth checking out Keyhole, of which Google Maps is a stripped-down cousin. We used this with its business and public transit overlays to help pick where we wanted to go apartment-shopping when we moved to Walnut Creek, where we had never been before.
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