Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Stay in a Tree House or a Schoolhouse

The online travel community TripAdvisor has compiled a list of the 10 "quirkiest" accommodations in the world, including teepees in Arizona, a floating barge in British Columbia and a dog-shaped building in Idaho. There's also McMenamin's Kennedy School, an old schoolhouse in Portland, Ore., with blackboards in the rooms and a pool where the teacher's lounge used to be (average nightly rate: $96), and Fur 'n' Feathers Rainforest Tree Houses in Queensland, Australia, where wildlife is known to join travelers in their huts (average nightly rate: $236).

Visit Trip Advisor for more information.

This article comes from the Wall Street Journal.

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