New York’s Ball Drop will go virtual because of the pandemic. The countdown will proceed and the Ball will descent as usual, but it will be live streamed instead. I am sure there are people who are going to defy staying home and appear at Times Square anyways.
If you think 2020 isn’t a hell so far, then you may want to take up this offer by John Colone, the self-proclaimed “mayor of Hell” and the “biggest Halloween fan in the world (and the underworld).”
Folks who grew up watching and loving Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, get ready to dust off those cassette tapes and pack your bag because, here’s a golden opportunity for you to stay at the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air mansion.
Feeling a little nostalgic this Summer? How about having an Airbnb sleepover at the last Blockbuster in Bend, Oregon, U.S.A.? This unique accommodation practically puts in a time machine and the destination year? 1990s, obviously. However, this offer is only extended to Deschutes County residents.
The concept of floating hotel is not new, but Anthenea takes it to the next level by giving you a floating… hotel suite. It is literally a floating room on its own, far from annoying fellow human beings including, ermm, housekeepers?
I know. This isn’t the best time to think about traveling. But hey, isolation, for better or worst, is the best time to fantasize about the things you could do when all this is over. Speaking fantasy, you can too, live in the fantasy world of Bikini Bottom… in SpongeBob SquarePants’ home, The Pineapple.
Well, how did we managed to missed this? Oh, wait. Perhaps, we weren’t as big of a fan of dear’ol Barbie and her lifestyle? But if you are, we are sorry that you missed your chance at staying at Airbnb Barbie’s Malibu Dreamhouse.
That’s right, folks. Atari Hotels are coming. Claiming as the first-ever video game-themed hotel (which is probably not the case), Atari Hotels will include arcade bars, fine restaurants, as well as state-of-the-art venues and e-sports studios that are designed to host and broadcast events.
Orlando, Florida. The Theme Park Capital of the World has just published a list of 30 new places of interest for 2020. From the usual theme park additions to an acoustically perfect theaters to impressive hotel accommodation, the most visited destination in the U.S. sure has something for everyone.
For some reasons, if felt obliged to let you in on this. If you are traveling for Tokyo, whether for work or play, you may want to check out this new ‘apartment hotel’ in Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan, by Cosmos Hotel Management. Cosmos Hotel Management is a subsidiary of Daiwa House Group.