Saturday, January 18, 2014

Bucket List (6-8) Interesting Places to Sleep

6. Göreme, Cappadocia, Turkey
Do you want to live under a rock, well you can visit Turkey and try it for a couple nights. For as little as $11 a night you can stay in a dimly lit cave with WiFi. Göreme National Park was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1985. These human dwellings date back to the 4th century BC. These dwellings were known as a hide out for Christians. Cappadocia is known for its lunar-like landscape. With thousands of these rock houses and underground cities to explore you will never run out of things to do.


 
 7. Tree House Adventure, Costa Rica
For as little as $200 you can spend the night suspended at 90ft off the ground. Costa Rica is popular
destination for adventure seekers. If you can't get enough adventure while your awake just add adventure to your night. Finca Bellavista is a sustainable tree house community. Although $200 is not in my budget, maybe one day I will have the chance to stay in one of these fear-inducing tree houses.

8. Trans-Siberian Railway, Russia
Warm yourself with some spiked Russian tea or some Russian vodka and hop aboard a train that traverses the worlds longest railway. Recently one of my friends took the Trans-Siberian Railway, she loved it, her only complaint was her nose almost froze off. It was started in 1890, the main passage (Moscow to Vladivostok) is 5,753 miles and spans 7 time zones. It takes 8 days to complete the journey, but enjoy the stops along the way.

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