Oyster Hotel Reviews. Via Kottke, who points out that they take their own pictures of hotels and rooms, handy for that whole reality thing.
NEW YORK CITY : WEST SIDE at make something.
What travel products do you actually use? | Ask MetaFilter.
Tasting Tour: Portland, Oregon: 5 of the Most Interesting Street Vendors | Serious Eats.
Is sleeping overnight in the Hamburg Airport a Good Idea? | Ask MetaFilter. Logistics of sleeping in an airport.
· comments  · 05-25-2010 · categories:links · travel ·
// May 25, 2010 at 9:23 am
Interesting site, probably wouldn’t want to use it to book the room, but appreciate their reviews. Checked out their review of the Park Hyatt Washington (my DC hotel of choice) and it was spot on. Great for business travelers, but sucky if you are wanting to hit all the monuments.
I wonder if they want me to review hotels for them? I would be happy to do so!
// May 25, 2010 at 5:01 pm
Thanks for the tasting tour of the Portland street vendors. I have to hit a couple my next visit to Portland.
// May 26, 2010 at 5:52 pm
i just commented on that metafilter post, but i’ll say it here too: i will never fly without a camping hammock in my carryon again. i spent christmas night at o’hare this year, and got six uninterupted hours of comfortable sleep thanks to having this thing in my bag.
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