When sight-seers go to the moon, they will want to sees sights!
Rather than merely hiding deep in the regolith to escape from hard radiation, visitors may use the sheltering bulk of a crater wall for to provide both safety and view. Aristarchus Crater's 4000 m wall offers a spectacular view of the Full Earth. Since the moon always shows the same face to earth, to lunar tourists the Earth will remain stationary in the sky. Its position will depend solely on the longitude and latitude of the view. As magnificent consolation, the dynamic earth will provide an endless show to diners, who can watch a storm cross Florida in the two hours of their dinner.