I have exceeded the limits of Google maps (their KML file parser only allows 1000 features, and while I don’t know what the other three are, 997 were the first batch of pubs). You can still browse the maps, but there is a link to page numbers at the bottom, with roughly 200 per page so I’ve pulled the link until I can find a bit of mapping software more drunken runner friendly. Here were some of the milestones:
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A great man once put together a Google Map of all the bars he had been in during his three years in Tucson, Arizona. This was an act of nostalgia that was also meant to serve as a logistical tool for hashers in the area. Following on from that idea, I have put together a similar map (links on the screen shots in this post and also on the sidebar of the blog).
This may load slowly because, as of this writing, there are 593 pubs pushpinned to the map. If you want a faster loading version you can start with this link, with the adviso that only about 100 pubs at a time are displayed (there is a tab at the bottom of the list if you want to scroll through some not shown).
Use these if you like, however you like. The map should continue to grow so by the time any of you find a reason to visit this fair land, it will be increasingly likely that there will be a pub near your destination that has also been featured in this publication.