Tag: Unusual Hotels

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the 39-foot school bus named 'Natasha' turned into a hotel on wheels

Explore the Wilderness in Your Very Own Hotel on Wheels

Based in Las Vegas, Nevada, Mybushotel was founded by a group of friends who renovated an old school bus in preparation for a road trip through South America. Today, the company has three school buses – or “skoolies,” as they’re affectionately known – available to rent or buy, and they’re currently working on a fourth. If you’re looking to renovate your own hotel on wheels, but you don’t know where to start, the team at Mybushotel is also happy to renovate a bus to your specifications.

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the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee

The Lorraine Motel Five Decades After MLK’s Assassination

The National Civil Rights Museum is an intricate complex of historic buildings in Memphis, Tennessee. At the heart of this structure, located at 450 Mulberry Street, is the Lorraine Motel, a site which, despite its unassuming name, has become the unintentional epicenter of one of the most important moments in American history. The significance of this humble-looking motor lodge is immense.

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Big Idaho Potato Hotel exterior and interior

Bed Down Inside a Giant Idaho Potato

Boise, Idaho is a fascinating city of great cultural significance, offering scenic vistas of lush, open landscapes, and many of the urban comforts available in any major downtown metropolis. It is also home to one characteristically charming feature that is a cheeky and apropos nod to nostalgia and local history – and one that should be experienced by travelers from all walks of life.