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  Googleplex and nearby hotels  

Next it only seemed fitting to produce a map of the Googleplex in California without whom we wouldn't be able to bring you the Aardvark Map system.

In this case we chose the hybrid map type in step 1, then selected the "California Hotels" overlay in step 2 so the map automatically shows any hotels from our partner site - A California Hotel.

You can always hide the content overlay key by using the transparent
iFrame below, or selecting "Hide content overlay boxes" in step 3.

Click on any of the blue balloons to get more details about the hotels including a link, or the white balloon to visit Google.

Links to this map

If you want to link to this map or embed it in your own web site, please choose from the code below:

iFrame Code:
Allows the map to be embedded into a web page as shown above
Could also be used within a popup window

Transparent iFrame Code:
The same as above, but uses a transparent iFrame
Often blends better on pages with non-white or patterned backgrounds

Web Page Link:
A pre-built link which can be added into your web site and will by default open in a new window

E-mailable Link:
A raw link, especially useful for use in e-mails which often don't work well with HTML code

BBCode for Forums:
The recommended linking type if you want to link to the map from a forum

Basic Map Code:

If the above map isn't exactly what you want, use this code to change it
Click the intro link above to get the basic detail on how Aardvark Map works
When prompted, click to enter an existing map ID (also available from "Retrieve Old Map" button)
You can edit the points in step 1, amend the overlays in step 2 and receive your own code in step 3


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