Mapping celebs' favorite places

Google's Favorite Places shows us where the posh love to play.

Marissa Mayer, left, Google's Vice President of Search Products & User Experience leaves San Francisco City Hall Wednesday July 15, 2009 after announcing Google's Favorite Places, a map customization initiative in which celebrities have mapped their most cherished spots around the world. Location markers, like the on seen in the center of this image, have been placed at notable San Franciscans' favorite spots.
Marissa Mayer, left, Google's vice president of search products and user experience, leaves San Francisco City Hall Wednesday after announcing Google's Favorite Places, a map customization initiative in which celebrities have mapped their most cherished spots around the world. Location markers like the one seen in the center of this image, have been placed at notable San Franciscans' favorite spots. James Martin/CNET
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