Travel Channel- The Layover App.

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    I'll admit that I like the show, but personally I just kept a few episodes on my DVR and took notes of anything worthwhile (to me) just in case.

    I doubt I need another app -- let alone a paid one, even at $1.99 -- for this. :)
     
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    same here, agreed.

    Overall I like one of the cornerstones of Bourdain's message, get out and try the local/regional items/activities that make an area/city/region unique.
     
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    I have a few notes in my phone to keep track of some of the restaurants featured on Food-Travel shows. I'll add to it while I am watching.

    I am also not sure this is worth $1.99. It only has 10 episodes so far. They should've done this app for No Reservations
     
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    I forgot to say- this message seems to be shared by pretty much all of the travel/ food related show hosts.
    I heard Adam Richman (Man vs Food) in a seminar at the NY Times Travel Show this past Sunday and he shared very similar sentiments as did Andrew Zimmern when I've heard him in the past.
     
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