Some people enjoy squeezing themselves into caves and trying to navigate through them, presumably because they don't watch many horror movies. Wild cave expeditions allow you the additional opportunity to go where there are no designated trails, handrails or lights beyond the ones on the front of your hat.
And if you want to kick the adventuring up a notch, why not spend the night in a cave? There are many different options for overnight cave trips — the one we linked features a four hour journey to get to your camping spot, including areas with "belly crawls," which is exactly what it sounds like. Eventually you reach the sleeping area, which is always kept at a comfortable 60 degrees. There you can get settled and try to sleep without crying out in horror. It will be like our ancestors lived, only you'll probably be much deeper in the cave. Oh, and you might get a sleeping bag. The website isn't clear.
Yosemite National Park spans almost 1,200 square miles across three California counties. With around 95% of it designated as wilderness, it's well known for its beautiful cliffs, waterfalls, giant sequoia trees and animal diversity.
It's one of America's most popular tourist destinations, and for some a day trip just isn't enough. To accommodate people who want to spend more time in the park, Yosemite offers packages ranging from tents and simple cabins to deluxe rooms at the Ahwahnee, their hotel. They offer several different campsites, and allow those with the proper permits to go hiking or backpacking through the camp at night. Because of the great popularity of their lodging, reservations must be made 366 days in advance. They could have just made it a year, or said over a year, but no. They made it perfectly clear that it's specifically 366 days, and for that we salute them.
You usually want a hotel to be convenient — close to where you're going, easy to find your room, etc. But sometimes you want your hotel to challenge you. You want to earn your complimentary tea and pillow mint. You want to be exhausted when you hit that comfy pillow, but the good kind of exhausted that comes from having a productive day.
If that's what you're in the mood for, visit the Jules Undersea Lodge in Key Largo, Florida. Guests must scuba dive 21 feet to get to their room. That means before you can stay you have to become certified to scuba dive and prove you won't drown trying to check out. Once you're down there, you might worry about what you're going to eat beyond fish and kelp. But one of their selling points is that they'll deliver a pizza right to your sea door, so you can feel like Aquaman when he gets the munchies.
2.In a Television Antenna
In the 1980s, Prague built a large, ugly, television antenna that clashed horribly with the "classic" look of the rest of the city's architecture. This spaceship looking thing is so out of place we originally thought it had to be photoshopped, but we can assure you that it's real.
The tower was recently redesigned as a hotel, allowing guests a 360 degree view of the city. And because you're inside the hideous antenna, it's the one thing you won't have to look at. The inside is surprisingly modern and chic, a sharp contrast to the exterior. A night in this hotel's only room can be yours for the cool price of 900 dollars, although it's large enough that you could crash with a few friends.
In Belgium there's a hotel that looks like a giant anus.
We know what you're thinking. It sounds like a joke. It has to be, right? There's no way you can actually pay money to stay inside a giant anus. You're waiting for us to tell you that it's fake so you can go on with your life. Well, keep waiting.If you're willing to pay, you can absolutely curl up and sleep inside of that monstrosity. Between 200 and 250 people a year bite on the 165 dollar a night offer. So if you ever visit Belgium, now you know where to stay. You're welcome.