Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Q is the only letter that never appears in the name of a US State

Hey!  Haha I'm glad you enjoyed those images from yesterday.  They're hilarious.  I think next summer I'm definitely going to try and re-create some, and I will be posting them on my blog!   Today I made some cake pops, with the help of the tutorial I found on Vanny's blog.  It's my sister's birthday tomorrow, so I'll be posting the photos that I took later.  And don't forget to enter my blog giveaway!!  Today is the last day to enter, so be sure to enterrrrrr!

So I found this website (quite a while ago.  I used to be somewhat addicted to stumbleupon... haha!  I just love it.) that is filled with with weird & unusual hotels.  It would be my DREAM to get to stay in every one of these & do a review.  How awesome would that be?  A lot of people do lists such as 101 things to do in 1,001 days and 30 things to do before age 30, I've been wanting to do a list like that but kind of like a bucket list... I've got quite a few lists of things that I want to do one day (I will share some of them with you very soon on here!  Some I'm keeping a secret for a while... haha.) and I think it would be so awesome to try and visit as many of these weird and unusual hotels.  Here are a few hotels, I think I might do a monthly feature about these.  We'll see!

A 48 foot bed & breakfast in the UK that used to be a passenger luggage van that you can stay at for under 100$US a night.
For 400-500$US you can stay the night in an igloo in Gstaad, Switzerland. (AWESOME!!!!!  I would absolutely LOVE to stay here.  Keith always talks about how he wants to stay in an ice hotel for a vacation.)
For less than 100$US a night you can camp cozy in an awesome Yurt in the UK!  I loooooooooove Yurts.  I remember seeing a photo of one (probably on tumblr or something) a few years ago and I thought it was the coolest thing.  I would love love LOVe to stay in one of these, or live in one for a few months or a year or something.  I think it would be such a great experience.  There's actually a guy who lives in the town just outside of my city who lives in one.  My sister went to visit it back when she was in high school.  He's even got a blog.  I just think Yurt's are awesome.
Have any of you guys stayed in a weird or unusual hotel before?  I don't think I ever have... I've stayed in a ton of different hotels all over the East Coast of North America... but no where ever strange or unusual.  At least not that I can think of.  Maybe I've stayed in a haunted hotel and just never realized it?  Years ago I stayed in the same hotel in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island that the queen stayed at?  Does that count?  Haha.  I'd love to hear your stories if you've ever stayed at a weird hotel!  Or do you have any hotels that you really want to stay at?  Are there some strange hotels you have came across?  Or just weird ones.  I love that kind of stuff, so please share! 

11 comments:

  1. No, I've never stayed at a unusual hotel, but the ones in your post are awesome. Wouldn't it be fun to stay at one of them? ;)

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  2. I have never stayed in a weird hotel before, now a gross one...yes! I saw a hotel shaped like a dog, I think it's in Delaware and there is one that is under water, you have to dive to get to it. Thanks for sharing!
    xoxo~Meg

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  3. It was in Idaho, here is the link: http://www.dogbarkparkinn.com/

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  4. And here is the underwater hotel link: http://www.jul.com/

    That looks more appealing than climing into a dogs butt for the night! LOL

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  5. neat. i love the yurt, it's the cutest!! and i checked out that underwater one that meg left in the link and that's so neat too...though i might feel chlostrophobic in there possbily. neat though!!

    the strangest one i've stayed at, and it's not even that strange was in vegas, the excalibur...it's shaped like a castle. that was pretty sweet!

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  6. these are so awesome! i think you'd get a kick out of the tree houses in eureka springs [i think there are some in utah, also]. daniel and i stayed in one this past march...so beautiful :)
    http://www.treehousecottages.com/
    and here is when i stayed there:
    http://www.grrfeisty.com/search/label/eureka%20springs

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  7. i stayed in hostels when i went backpacking through europe.... not. cool.

    :)

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  8. I have never stayed in such a cool hotel before!!!
    Thanks so much for sharing sweetie!!!
    I just LOVE that ice fort!!! I want to stay there!!!
    Have a beautiful day!!!!
    Much much love,
    xoxo
    P.S. I have NOT forgotten about our email!! I just want to write a pretty email and not just a few lines. That takes a little time!!! Please don't be mad or think I forget about you! {I could never do that!!!!} :) xoxoxoxooxxooxxo

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  9. ohhh, what a fabulous idea! i loveee the train hotel one. that would be fun.

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  10. id love to stay at an unusual hotel. might have to add that one my list of things to do before im 30. but i dont think i could ever stay at an ice hotel. im always cold already!!!

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  11. I have never stood in an usual hotel yet ... It did however remind me of something on my "Places to Visit"

    http://www.madonnainn.com/

    you may like it :) check it out.
    Everyroom has a theme and The show girls next door features it :)

    xo

    Kristin.

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