Glad you like it
Just in case yet another tool might be useful - http://www.geonames.org/
More useful for those tricky/obscure cases as it's a bit less smooth to use. Will search for historical names, spelling variants etc., as well as current accepted names. The downside is it can come up with a l-o-n-g list unless you specify the country in the RH box, and possibly use... the advanced search link, (underneath the main page search box). This can be used to specify the feature class (city, river, hill, undersea etc) to narrow it further, and has a fuzzy search option if the spelling is doubtful. Clicking the place name takes you to a map, again this is a bit more elaborate than we need, I just click on 'layers' and uncheck the 'geonames' box to clear the clutter of labels. Choose satellite or map view on the top R side.
Also free! I use these for one of my dayjob roles - transcribing/databasing herbarium (pressed plant collection) labels - we can't spare the money either!
Signed - Cheapskate #3