Around the Web: 7/26/14
What we're clicking on this week (when we're not thinking about life before aviation).
Now accepting reservations: The Grand Budapest Hotel, Republic of Zubrowka's #1 pick with 112 reviews (and counting) on TripAdvisor. – Berit, assistant editor
I'm not much of a camper, but that might change with Hip Camp's new integrated maps with real-time availability for the best camping spots. – Berit, assistant editor
Fathom contributor Marianna Jamadi of Nomadic Habit, one of Fathom's 24 fave travel blogs, launched a new business: organizing group trips to Nicaragua, Colombia, and Guatemala. It's called El Camino. – Jeralyn, editorial director
In an 1875 edition of The New York Times, the paper poses questions about if and when man will be able to fly. – Jeralyn, editorial director
Artist Chong Fei Giap's illustrations make places in Southeast Asia look like something straight from a Japanese animated movie. – Becky, editorial assistant
You can now choose your hotel based on its WiFi speed. – Becky, editorial assistant
Project Bly explores the world and its markets — in Bukhara, Hanoi, La Paz — through gorgeous photos and curated products – Pavia, founder
Surprise! There's pretty much no math behind airlines' chaotic boarding practices. But the customers can't handle a more logical solution. – Jeralyn, editorial director
THIS WEEK ON FATHOM: Solo Travelers
Running toward the best sandwich in Buenos Aires.
Conquering Spain's best restaurants all by herself.
Adhering to these tips for dining solo.
Climbing Kilimanjaro. In heels.
Reading up on the 24 Best Indie Mags for Travelers.