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15 Unusual Places to Spend the Night

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8 years ago, May 3rd 2011 No: 1 Msg: #135400  
Which of these places would you like to spend the night.....or have you already stayed there?
Is there a place on this list that would make you consider planning your next trip around it?


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8 years ago, May 4th 2011 No: 2 Msg: #135422  
N Posts: 8
Ooooo it's the underwater one or the ice hotels for me! and who ever thought a sewer pipe could look so cosy? Reply to this

8 years ago, May 4th 2011 No: 3 Msg: #135423  
The ice hotel is first on my list. Can't wait to go there! Chris and Nikki made it look wonderful.
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8 years ago, May 4th 2011 No: 4 Msg: #135447  
B Posts: 151
For me, it's the glass igloo for a great view of the Northern Lights.

Then the cave hotel, monastery and tree house. Reply to this

8 years ago, May 4th 2011 No: 5 Msg: #135450  
The question for me would probably be, which would I not stay at. I would usually stay just about anywhere, for a night.

1. Yes, I would sleep in the prion, as long as they let me out in the morning.

There is a prison in Ljubiana, Slovania that has been converted into a hostel too. I didnt stay at it, because there was another hostel in a better location(right beside the river) in the city centre.

2. Id stay in the underwater place, even though sleeping underwater would make me slightly nervous. ie What if it leaks and I never wake up.

3. The Sewer pipe - no problem, as long as it is clean, and doesnt cost too much. I wouldnt pay much for it, because sewer pipes should be cheap places to stay. 😉

4. The Finland one is great, especially since I would love to see the Norther lights. In a see through tent seems warmer than lying on the grass outside.

5. I would certainly stay on that peaceful floating island in Sweden, and I would love to visit Sweden too.

6. Id certainly stay at the ice hotel, if Chris reassures me it is warm.

7. Yeah, for sure, if I have the budget for it.

8. My boyfriend is always amused when I want to stay in a windmill, or go into a windmill cafe or restaruant. His grandpa was a real Dutch miller who owned a working windmill. That windmill is now state owned, because they are expensive to upkeep.



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8 years ago, May 4th 2011 No: 6 Msg: #135459  
Mel,

Your point is well taken and I agree with your answers.
I like the idea of the tree house and windmill-- but all are interesting.

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8 years ago, May 4th 2011 No: 7 Msg: #135479  
I would definitely check out the utter inn in sweden and the juls undersea lodge. I live in florida and some how didnt even know about the undersea lodge i do plan on makin a trip there sometime in the near future Reply to this

8 years ago, May 5th 2011 No: 8 Msg: #135565  

I like the idea of the tree house...


I have seen tree houses you can stay in, in Thailand. I think, most are in the jungle, but maybe other places too. Khao Sok is a place with them in Thailand that comes to mind. 😊 Reply to this

8 years ago, May 6th 2011 No: 9 Msg: #135609  
N Posts: 32

All are nice but Jules’ Undersea Lodge, United States is looking quite amazing to stay in. Wish to stay there some day... Reply to this

8 years ago, May 6th 2011 No: 10 Msg: #135613  
I've decided that camp in Jordan would be fun.
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8 years ago, May 7th 2011 No: 11 Msg: #135653  
B Posts: 122
I slept in a millhouse in upstate new york for a week, the water wheel was right outside my bedroom window and its was so soothing, I loved it Reply to this

8 years ago, May 7th 2011 No: 12 Msg: #135674  
In response to: Msg #135653

The Millhouse sounds like a wonderful place to stay. I may have to look into that at some point.
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8 years ago, May 7th 2011 No: 13 Msg: #135701  
B Posts: 122
Dave and Merry it was in woodstock, upstate New York and it comes with a in house friendly cat Reply to this

8 years ago, May 8th 2011 No: 14 Msg: #135706  
In response to: Msg #135701

Thanks for the tip. We'll add it to our list. Reply to this

8 years ago, May 11th 2011 No: 15 Msg: #135972  
Hey guys, can't believe I have only seen this thread, I blame decorating our new place for taking away valuable time I could be spending on TB. The Ice Hotel was awesome. I had a great sleep in the Ice room, in fact I was quite hot...at first anyway. Nikki didn't sleep too well though, so I guess it's down to the individual. I would highly recommend a visit to the Ice Hotel I'd rate it up there with my top experiences but then I'm going to say that I got married there lol. Reply to this

8 years ago, May 12th 2011 No: 16 Msg: #136061  
Ice Hotel is really a great place! but i think anywhere to stay as long as Im with my loved one. Reply to this

8 years ago, May 14th 2011 No: 17 Msg: #136258  
The glass igloo seems like a lot of fun and a great way to enjoy the northern light!
Camping in Jordan with the bedouins is definitely on my list in the coming months (right now it is 16 degrees in Amman so still quite cold for camping!)
Big thanks to Dave & Merry for sharing the link.
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