C’mon, Google Maps – Our Legion of Honor Museum is in San Joser? Nope! Golden Gate Park? Strike Two!

C’mon, Google – I know you know where the Legion of Honor Museum is.

And I don’t know what I have to do with zip code 95110. (Sounds so far away, so far, away…)

You’re better than this, G:

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In closing, C’mon!

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7 Responses to “C’mon, Google Maps – Our Legion of Honor Museum is in San Joser? Nope! Golden Gate Park? Strike Two!”

  1. Akbar Pansaki says:

    You’re doing it wrong.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    (Heh, that what’s she said, heh.)

    I’m still ignorant of what I did wrong.

  3. TahoeJoe says:

    The top of the results indicates San Jose because he is either searching from that location or has set San Jose as his default location in Google Maps or elsewhere. Th address provided in the actual results is correct.

  4. sfcitizen says:

    All right, well first off, the address provided in the actual results is wrong. It shows the de Young in GGP, not the Legion in Lincoln Park.

    See what you get. Type legion honor museum into Google and then click on Maps when you get your result. Is that the wrong way?

    My G Maps screen says “Sign In” in the top right corner. How does it “know” where I live? I haven’t searched for something in San Joser in donkey’s years and my ISP typically shows an East Bay locale.

    So maybe G thinks I’m in SJ, but I don’t have a clue as to why…

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  6. Josh says:

    Not to defend the results, but the De Young and Legion are partner museums — if you buy a ticket at one, it includes admission for the same day at the other.

  7. sfcitizen says:

    I hear you, but you know, “meet me at the Legion” would appear to have two meanings in Google-land…