December 23, 2005

Morning Feed

FASTER THAN YOU CAN SAY HOTEL HARRINGTON: Inexpensive hotels are disappearing from downtown, reports the Washington Examiner. The hipper-than-thou Klimpton Hotels drove Ramada, Quality Inn and other middle-tier hotels out of DC, says the paper.

You often see families and tour groups riding Metro out to the end of line somewhere because they dont want to spend the bucks to stay in a Washington hotel. Another sign that DC is becoming a prosperous place. This is a good thing, we suppose. We sure wish there was a way to upgrade and keep things relatively modestly priced, but that does not happen in America anymore.

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