Travel Tuesday: What's New?
- GO TOPLESS L.A.'s London Hotel has a new "topless" package -- which includes the use of a new Mustang convertible. Available from Sept. 1 to Oct. 31, the package is the perfect opportunity to cruise down the nearby Sunset Strip in this hot ride. [USA Today]
- SMILE You're on Oyster.com. The New York Times' front page article revealed that businesses have allegedly been paying fibbers and promoters to write reviews in their favor. [The New York Times]
- SPACE OUT A new hotel will surely exceed any existing ocean-view suite in the hotel industry. Floating 217 miles above earth, a new space hotel is set to launch in 2016. Talk about a view. It will have room for a total of 7 guests, who will all be required to take a training course prior to embarking on their space journey. [Reuters]
- EAT Or should you? Michael Jordan's Steak House opens today in the Intercontinental Chicago, his first restaurant since his failed Michael Jordan's Restaurant closed, unlamented. There's a chopped salad that boasts 23 ingredients, and a 23-layer chocolate cake on the dessert list. Guess why? [Chicago Tribune]