Google Earth has several countries like the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom covered to street level, so you can zoom in and view road names and local businesses and get directions from here to there. The database has a good amount of information on other regions like Western Europe, India and Japan as well, but the rest of the world is hit or miss. While you can zoom in and get a pretty good look at the Egyptian pyramids, you can’t see street names or find a grocery store in the area.
I would have written down where the beach was located (ie. Southern Rhode Island on Narragansett Bay; eastern coast of south Florida on an inlet, on the shore of the Red Sea, etc.) along with a description of the type of beach it was, such as rocky, soft white sand, pebbly and so forth. It’s also recommended that you write down a description of any vegetation growing in the water near the shore.
(And I’m crying again.) I cried for a man who loved his friends, who loved his family, who loved to write and for a man who took the time to make a little girl believe that, if she had something to say, someone would listen.”If you’ve ever felt any kind of connection to one of the films in the Hughes canon, I highly recommend reading Fields’ tribute in its entirety. Beautiful, understated and deeply personal, it offers real insight into the mind of a guy who became the unlikely voice of a generation for a brief moment in time.FILM REVIEW: Titanic 3D minute by minuteJames Cameron’s Titanic was always a marathon at three hours and counting. As it returns in 3D, Eli Glasner examines the experience minute by minute and discovers Cline Dion’s ubiquitous soundtrack, and James Cameron’s risible dialogue, have not improved with age.