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PlanetEye Officially Launches!

PlanetEye, the one-stop destination site for all your travel planning needs, has officially launched with so many fabulous features! Whether you're organizing a trip from start to finish, or feel like getting to know a destination better, PlanetEye will help you do just that. With more than 70,000 geotagged photographs in its database so far, PlanetEye not only offers useful info about cities, landmarks, and hotels, but it also offers a visual experience like no other.

Once you type in a destination of your choice, you can check out city guides and mouse over media bubbles on the map, which will display landmarks on interactive maps. And if you check out the top preview panel on the map, you'll notice many more photos from that area as well, so you can see exactly what that location has to offer.

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PlanetEye offers a handy tool called "Travel Packs" which allow you to collect interesting photographs, attractions, hotels and restaurants in one convenient spot for you to share with friends and family or to use later. You can check out all your Travel Pack info on personalized maps and you can even book flight and hotel and car rentals right from your Travel Pack through Travelocity, make dinner reservations through OpenTable, purchase tickets via StubHub and even book a spa appointment with WaySpa!

PlanetEye also includes local experts in various places to give you the best advice about what to see and do when visiting a certain location. So once you sign up (don't worry, it's totally free) and upload your own pics, leave feedback and reviews, make hotel and restaurant reservations, and best of all, create a customized travel pack!




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allinavhcnerf allinavhcnerf 8 years
thhanks for this!!
CrazySexyCool CrazySexyCool 8 years
They got zip on Disney. I'll just stick to google maps. Have you seen Google Maps streetview yet? Totally rocks! Can't wait til they get the whole US in the database.
MartiniLush MartiniLush 8 years
kcwebgirl, when are you moving? I live in Seattle, you will love it! Or are you originally from here? What I would have liked when we moved out here (from the midwest) was a site that not only told us nearby restaurants and hotels, but also the best route to drive to avoid traffic jams and road construction! LOL! ;-)
beingtazim beingtazim 8 years
i hope that this is a site that people actually use - if no one does, there isn't anything for me to look at, which seems to be the problem with most of these types of sites with a good idea but no one to use it.
kcwebgirl kcwebgirl 8 years
i need something cool to help plan my move from kc to seattle. we're driving and i want to know what city i'll be in when i stop driving, what hotels are there and what restaurants are near by. has anyone created that site?
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