Teddy Bear on beach
by Globetrotter on Mar 21, 2008EN
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Teddy bear balloon on a beach in Lincoln City, Oregon.
Two & a half Men filming location The "Two & a half Men" beach house flyover scene was filmed at the Malibu Colony near Malibu Lagoon. The actual film set is located at the Warner Brothers Studios http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x40l9x_two-a-half-men-behind-the-scenes_shortfilms - so unfortunately the house is not real and can't be visited. Sorry folks! All islands from The Beach Boy's "Kokomo" All Caribbean islands that are mentioned in the song "Kokomo" by the Beach Boys (released in 1988 for the movie "Cocktail" with Tom Cruise): Aruba, Jamaica ooo I wanna take you Bermuda, Bahama come on pretty Mama Key Largo, Montego baby why don't we go Jamaica Off the Florida Keys There's a place called Kokomo That's where you wanna go to get away from it all Bodies in the sand Tropical drink melting in your hand We'll be falling in love To the rhythm of a steel drum band Down in Kokomo Aruba, Jamaica ooo I wanna take you To Bermuda, Bahama come on pretty Mama Key Largo, Montego baby why don't we go Ooo I wanna take you down to Kokomo We'll get there fast And then we'll take it slow That's where we wanna go Way down to Kokomo To Martinique, that Monserrat mystique We'll put out to sea And we'll perfect our chemistry By and by we'll defy a little bit of gravity Afternoon delight Cocktails and moonlit nights That dreamy look in your eye Give me a tropical contact high Way down in Kokomo Aruba, Jamaica ooo I wanna take you To Bermuda, Bahama come on pretty Mama Key Largo, Montego baby why don't we go Ooo I wanna take you down to Kokomo We'll get there fast And then we'll take it slow That's where we wanna go Way down to Kokomo Port au Prince I wanna catch a glimpse Everybody knows A little place like Kokomo Now if you wanna go And get away from it all Go down to Kokomo Aruba, Jamaica ooo I wanna take you To Bermuda, Bahama come on pretty Mama Key Largo, Montego baby why don't we go Ooo I wanna take you down to Kokomo We'll get there fast And then we'll take it slow That's where we wanna go Way down to Kokomo Aruba, Jamaica ooo I wanna take you To Bermuda, Bahama come on pretty Mama Key Largo, Montego baby why don't we go Ooo I wanna take you down to Kokomo Funny and interesting Google(TM) Maps Views Here is a selection of some nice map-segments you can find via Google Maps. Please note that the "aerial imagery" database will be updated sooner or later. So it's possible that several Markers I created will be outdated sometime. Google Maps "Getting Started" video Google has created a "Getting Started" video for Google Maps. It should help educate people about the features in Google Maps. Filming location of "The Beach" Original filming location of the movie "The Beach" (2000) - Island Ko Phi Phi Le in Thailand. Maho Beach plane landing Maho Beach in St. Maarten on Netherlands Antilles is famous for its spectacular plane landings at Princess Juliana Airport. Lombard Street One of the most famous streets in San Francisco is the curvy Lombard Street. It's a one-way street from west to east. Stonehenge and replicas Throughout the USA are these (funny) replicas of the famous Stonehenge stone formation. "Street View" introduction Google has created a introduction for the Street View feature in Google Maps. If you want to see Street View in action you can use the new GLOTTER Street View service http://www.glotter.com/streetview And the best of all - from now on you can even embed Street View in your own GLOTTER entries! Claes Oldenburg - selected artwork Claes Oldenburg is an artist born in Stockholm, Sweden. Here is a collection of his famous worldwide public art installations: Hat in Three Stages of Landing (1982), Spoonbridge and Cherry (1988), Free Stamp (1991), Shuttlecocks (1994), Saw, Sawing (1996), Houseball (1996), Flying Pins (2000), Dropped Cone in Köln (2001), Cupid's Span (2002) Scuba Divers chasing Google Streetview Car These two Norwegian "Scuba Divers" (Børre Erstad and Paul Åge Olsen) are chasing Google's Streetview Car in their hometown Bergen. The world's largest moose Aka "The Trojan Moose" is a plan to build a restaurant, concert hall and conference center inside a wooden moose. It is located in Sweden on top of Vithatten mountain. Car parking vertically on house wall in Den Haag Zoom in, see and believe it ;-) Related entry: http://www.glotter.com/entry-1415 Bekannte Strände Eine Auswahl der weltweit bekanntesten Strände. Schönen Urlaub! The Witch's House in Beverly Hills The Witch's House (Spadena House) in Culver City/Beverly Hills was built in 1921 for a movie studio. Nowadays the house is privately owned. Sony Bravia spot filmed in New York Cool animation spot ("Play-Doh Bunnies" by Passion Pictures) filmed for Sony Bravia in August 2007. Location: Foley Square, New York City. Music: The Rolling Stones - She's a Rainbow. Some interesting statistics: 40 animators; 189 2ft bunnies; 150 1ft cubes; a 30ft giant rabbit and a 10ft x 20ft purple wave; 2.5 tonnes of plasticine. Island that looks like a dolphin Ile du Golfe (belongs to the Maatsuyker Islands) in Tasmania south of Australia. Upside-down buildings There are two houses named "WONDERWORKS" in Orlando, Florida and in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee that are built upside-down ;-) Kuriose Ortsnamen Hier sind einige zum Teil wirklich kuriose Ortsnamen verzeichnet: Bsp. Hell (Norwegen), Boring Road (Oregon), Pee Road (Hawaii), Loveland (Colorado), Batman (Türkei), ... Wer möchte schon gerne in Tuntenhausen (Bayern) oder in Fucking (Oberösterreich) wohnen? The Squirrelizer = photo crasher Melissa Brandts and her husband were hiking in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada and decided to take a portrait of themselves with spectacular Lake Minnewanka in the background. Melissa set up the camera and went back to pose, and her husband held the remote shutter release. Meanwhile, attracted by the sounds of the autofocus, an inquisitive Columbian ground squirrel, common in the park, popped up to investigate. Click! "Self-Portrait With Ground Squirrel"... (c) National Geographic Intelligent travel blog An internet hype is born ;)