For our next big vacation, Lewis and I are going to Disneyland! Wooooo!!!! I'm really excited!!!!! Yay! Okay.
During my surfage of the introwebs, I came across this:
Yeah, that's a freaking hotel room! And it's camouflaged! The concept is simple, one that's been used for years. The unit is covered in reflective material, so it looks like it's a part of nature, cause it reflects the trees around them. Many high-rise skyscrapers in big cities employ the same trick, so they wouldn't look like such eyesores. Except for the fact that all they reflect is other skyscrapers, so the part about reflecting nature is kinda moot, but you get the idea.
But this one is actually in nature! Not only that, but it's in Swedish nature! (I think. It was designed by Swedish architects anyway, but the article didn't say where the hotel is actually located.
Yes, there are a few problems. But look at it! Worth it? I think so!
So, if Disneyland is our next vacation, I vote that this should be our next next vacation. Okay, maybe next next next next, after Thailand and Kenya.
And if not that one, any of these will do. Especially numbers 2 or 6. Technically none of those are hotels, but I'm sure we could charm the owners into making an inexpensive exception.