Two adorable barrel housing units from Airbnb.com.
The view into the two units makes them look small but they seem quite spacious inside.
Penn Hills Resort - Penn Hills Resort began in 1944 as a local tavern. Soon it grew in popularity and ended up with 500 acres and over 100 rooms. It specialized in honeymoons and romantic vacations and became very popular in the 1960′s. The rooms featured ceiling to ceiling carpet, heart shaped bath tubs and circular beds. It was titled as the ‘Paradise of Pocono Pleasure’ and was especially set for romantic excursions. It closed in 2009 when the co-founder died. It owed over $1 million in back taxes and the County of Monroe has tried to auction it off with no buyers. As of 2013 it remains vacant and groovy.
Close to my house, I wanna go in it
Joanna + Gesche, photos by 2 Brides Photography, there are many more pics that are SO BEAUTIFUL! like, i’m planning a wedding now. BASED ON PHOTOS.
the best bookstores in the world
1. This majestic converted 1920s movie palace uses theater boxes for reading rooms and draws Thousands of tourists every year. Librería El Ateneo Grand Splendid, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2. This is the entrance of the bookstore Le Bal des Ardents in Lyon, France.
3. For those who like their green spaces (and coffee shops) to Invade their bookstores. Cafebreria El Pendulo, Mexico City, Mexico
4. The bookstore section of the larger complex dedicated to art and design certainly lives up to its mission. Corso Como Bookshop , Milan, Italy
5. Kid’s Republic Book Store in Beijing, China by Sako Architects
6. Livraria Lello & Irmão (open since 1906), Porto, Portugal
7. A gorgeous converted Dominican church gives the power of reading its due diligence. Selexyz Bookstore , Maastricht, Holland