Friday Siteseeing: Best Hotel Bars, Cheapest Cities, A Fox is Freed, Wearable Blanket Night

Around the Web — By Amy Widdowson on April 23, 2010 at 12:42 pm

Happy Friday! Here’s where I would normally comment on how amazed I am that it is already so late in April, and isn’t the weather gorgeous, etc. etc. Luckily for you, I am a far more sophisticated blogger than that, so we’ll just jump right in to some of the weird, wacky, fascinating, and downright awesome stuff around the web.

  • Already thinking about Happy Hour? Already half-way through Happy Hour? Check out this list of Best Hotel Bars [Bon Appetit]
  • On Don Quijote shopping in Japan: “”… think .99 Cent Store meets Wal-Mart in Lewis Carroll’s Wonderland” Or, as I like to say, my first part time job. [Perceptive Travel Blog]
  • Carl Hoffman likes to travel on the world’s most dangerous airlines. I like to make sure I have my eye-mask on before take off. We’re like soulmates. [CNN]
  • British fox cub saved from cricket net – you can now have a good weekend. [Daily Mail]
  • Paging Mike Barish! There’s a “wearable blanket” event at the San Francisco Giants game tonight [Giants]
  • A list of the 10 Cheapest Cities in the World: reminds you how expensive your cup of coffee in New York is [MatadorAbroad]
  • And finally, there may have been a wee icelandic geological incident this week, don’t know if you heard about it… [HuffPo]

Absolutely necessary and appropriate photo of a Puppy in a Suitcase courtesy of bradleyolin on Flickr

Tags: air travel, airlines, Budget Travel, cheapest cities, Iceland volcano, Mike Barish, San Francisco, shopping in japan, siteseeing, snuggie, wearable blanket


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