Stoke your wanderlust by plotting the Historical Museum of Southern Florida (101 W. Flagler St., Miami) into your SatNav and heading down there this Saturday and Sunday for the 13th Annual Miami International Map Fair. The largest of just five such fairs in the world, it brings together more than 50 prominent map dealers. Charlie Neuschafer of Lake Worth is selling a Virginia/Florida map from 1606. A dealer from London is hanging an $850,00 price tag on the worlds largest terrestrial globe. A woman from New York has lithographs of Florida that look like they were taken from a satellite but were actually published at the beginning of the Civil War. Thosell run ya $30,000. Still, if youre looking for a little sumpin-sumpin to hang over the couch or in your office, you can get a nice little antique number for as low as $100. Admission costs $10; call 305-375-1492, or visit www.historical-museum.org.