Brent Bozell's Cybercast News Service ("The Right News. Right Now.") reminds us that the world--or at least Serbia--is an endlessly strange and horrifying place:
The Mr. President Hotel, in Belgrade, Serbia, offers hotel rooms named after past or present world leaders. Among them is the $200-a-night Hitler suite, where a portrait of the uniformed German dictator, with a swastika on his arm, hangs on the wall over the king-sized bed.
Other suites honor President George W. Bush, his father, former President George H.W. Bush, former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, Cuban Leader Fidel Castro, former Russian dictator Joseph Stalin and former Yugoslavian communist dictator Josip Broz Tito.
Last June, reason's Michael C. Moynihan checked into "The Hotel Honecker," a Berlin "hotel that 'recreates the experience' of East Germany for the budget traveler."