Me? Well, this afternoon, I overflew Area 51, checked out the housing for the folks cleaning up bombs in Kahoolawe, HI, looked in on the house that was my lady's childhood home in Cornwall (UK), had a look at Downtown Havana Cuba, and looked at the waterfall that runs off the cliff into the sea at Tristan De Cunha- the most remote occupied place in the world. Yeah, been fooling around with Google Earth. If all you have ever done is look at your house, do some exploring. You can see individual tourists getting sunburned in Wakiki, see the aircraft on the deck of a carrier in Norfolk- and scope out hunting and fishing spots. Or a trail to hike, and a spot to camp. Photos get updated from time to time (ones of my house are 3 weeks old- just had new rock put in driveway, it shows) and I am amazed at how well mapped some of the REALLY remote places are (Falkland Islands). So- where have you never been that you would like to? The Eiffel Tower? Red Square in Moscow? Buenos Aires? Hwy 17 in Vietnam? (not again, thanx). Basic Google Earth is free, easy to use. Have fun.