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Hotel as Piazza

It seemed like a lot of name-dropping of hotels and cities with little substance...if the podcasters hadn't assumed the listener knows what hotels they were mentioning... Maybe just slow down the conversation...a nice cozy chat but I felt left out.

Has Potential

I want to listen to this podcast, but it makes me uncomfortable with its pretentiousness. I think especially the New York episode was so uncomfortably quaint and insular.

Not every destination needs to be compared to NYC

This podcast is very well produced and provides excellent travel tips if you can get past one thing: the constant comparisons of every destination to New York. The LA episode is especially full of “LA’s so cool but it’s different from New York because….” Sample quotes: "LA is the un-New York - and driving is one of the ways in which that manifests itself.” “All the problems of New York are solved by LA and vice versa.” (Why do I care?) Downtown LA is described as a “New York in their [the residents of Los Angeles] city and has a novelty factor that Brooklyn used to hold for residents of NYC. (No, Captain Pretentious, they have a downtown LOS ANGELES which has NOTHING to do with NYC.) Also, did you know that people are moving to LA because it’s cheaper than New York? (Newsflash: EVERYWHERE is cheaper than New York.) Anyway, if you’re a New Yorker, there’s a lot in this podcast for you. As for me, I think I’m ready to throw in the towel, though I’m sure the hosts of this podcast can think of waaaaay more cool to throw than a towel and won’t hesitate to let me know.

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