Here’s a game you can have fun with: What3words (W3W) dominoes. It works like this.
- Pick a famous or historical site and enter it into the what3words.com website.
- Pick any square on that site and record or remember the three word address given.
- Search the adjacent squares by clicking on them to find a neighbor that begins with the same first letter as the last letter of the original three words. A common side or corner counts, so there are 8 neighbors.
- Keep going until you can’t find any further adjacent squares meeting rule 3. You can’t reuse any previous square.
- Start over to see if you can find a longer chain, but the starting point must be on the same site. As long as the starting square is on the site, it’s okay for the chain to go off the site.
As an example I chose the Golden Gate Bridge across San Francisco Bay. The longest chain I could find in about 15 minutes of searching was five squares:
See if you can beat that. Post your best result in the comments below. I’ll put this on Facebook, too, so you can post there if you prefer. Here’s a hint: S seems to be a good letter to look for both at the end and beginning.