#GoogleMaps se mete en #Gatwick
Airports are perennially filled with exhausted people trying to figure out where they need to go to get to the gate/toilet/perfume counter (ok, maybe not the last one). So enter stage left Google Street View. Google has stitched together more than 2,000 images taken inside the U.K.’s second busiest airport, Gatwick — which has some 34 million passengers tramping through it each year — so now you can take a virtual tour of its shiny halls.
Google is continually building out the reach of Street View by taking it to more exotic locations — indoor and out, including a gaggle of zoos and the continent of Antarctica, to name two. The Gatwick addition to the Street View roster is apparently the largest implementation of Google Indoor Maps and Indoor Street View in Europe to-date. (Street View has made it to an airport in Japan and one in Australia, but nothing…
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