Thursday, July 8, 2010
A Place To Rest My Head
Normally, I am content sleeping at the cheapest place possible when I am on vacation. I don't spend much of my time at the hotel/hostel, so it doesn't need to be a five star experience. I may, however, make an exception for the Propeller Island City Lodge in Berlin. The 30 rooms there are an artistic experience, to say the least. Each of them was designed by the German artist Lars Stroschen, including the Upside Down room and my personal favorite--the Hanging Rope Bedroom, where the bed is suspended from the ceiling with ropes. It makes the Hilton, well, a mediocre accommodation.