Here are a few more unique travel websites you might want to look at while you sit in your cozy warm house and the weather outside is 6 degrees. I don't know about you, but I don't even want to leave the house - it's too cold!
The Roadfood mission is to connect travelers to the most memorable eateries found on back roads, highways, and small towns in America. The site provides a search of eateries by location, and each eatery features reviews, photos, a list of "must eats", maps, and directions. (The photos on the site are mouth watering).
Roadside America http://www.roadsideamerica.com/
Statues of ravens, living ghost town, Albert the Bull, the world's largest (fill in the blank) - a site that guides you to the oddities found on America's roads.
Schmap offers city guides dynamically integrated with maps, photos, events, and reviews. The site is available in multiple languages and offers downloadable search widgets.
SeatGuru provides maps of more than 700 aircraft seats. Maps highlight exit rows, seats with drawbacks, seats close to the galley or lavatory, and more. The site is arranged by airline, then aircraft type.
Thanks again to Booklist, April 1, 2010 for their travel site tips.