We're getting ready to take the GAS tour. We have received the complete itinerary and have begun constructing our personal "to do" list. One of the things that we plan to do upon our return is to include the results of my Android cell phone's "location history" in our picture scrapbook. In case you may not be fully aware, with location reporting, Google can track your whereabouts, which you may personally find useful, interesting or invasive.
If you're interested in learning what Google knows about where you've been, head on over to:
https://maps.google.com/locationhistory. The results you see are obviously dependent upon whether you had the phone on and a data connection was active.
If you've taken the GAS tour and brought along your Android cell phone with an active data connection, you too can take a look at where you've been. Perhaps, and if you don't mind, you can share the link of the route the GAS tour actually takes.