This article contains spoilers for Game of Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire.
Google Maps‘ public-transit directions now offer a whole new way to get to your destination: dragons.
Here, for example, are the directions for traveling from Snowdon, the tallest mountain in Wales, to Brecon Beacons, another Welsh mountain range. The green as-the-dragon-flies route covers more than 100 miles in 32 minutes, meaning these (non-existent) transport dragons are flying roughly 180 miles per hour. To make the same trip by car would take about three and a half hours.
Supposedly you catch your dragon ride at “Snowdonia Dragon Station,” but the egg glyph displayed next to the trip’s duration is a clear indicator that this is simply an Easter egg hidden in Google’s software by engineers with silly senses of humor—indeed, clicking on it does a search for “Google Easter egg.”
Those Google engineers must love Game of Thrones.