You’re almost never going to find middle of the road reviews that are honest about the experience at a place. Instead, your three and four-star places will usually get that way because they have an excess of both one and five-star reviews. It’s silly. One-star reviews have become the bane of the restaurateur’s existence, so much so that they’re now paying to get rid of them.
Apparently restaurants and bars aren’t the only places getting smacked with one-star reviews. Some enterprising Redditor put together a fantastic compilation album of one-star Yelp reviews of our national parks, captioned on pictures of the parks themselves. It’s good fun.
I’m just going to let the pictures speak for themselves: