Hotel Fake-Out Photos 3
Oyster.com compares hotel marketing photos with real photos taken by their hotel reviewers. See if you can determine why some pictures are photoshopped fakes.Filed under:
This is the image the California Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas used to promote their Deluxe King rooms on their website.
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