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  • 5 hotels with a weird history from around the world

    Shrigley Hall Hotel, photo by Ian Capper on Geograph.org.uk

    Few travelers can avoid visiting at least a few hotels in the course of their travels. And staying at a hotel is not always the most exciting alternative, especially since some hotels look like they are making efforts to be as ordinary as possible.

    But there are other hotels, which might seem like your run of the mill building with regular rooms, but which have a few skeletons in the closet, sometimes literally. Hotels that are set up in older buildings that used to serve another purpose sometimes end with with a baggage, and maybe not looking like hotels at all. Here are 5 hotels with a weird history from around the world, which are just too unusual to pass up.

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  • The coolest small towns in the US

    Saugatuck, Michigan

    People who are living in a crowded city can surely appreciate the charm of America’s small towns. There’s just something special in living in a place where everybody knows everybody else, where the shopkeepers know your name and where even the most insignificant house seems to have more personality than any high-rise building in the big city.

    When you’re in need of a bit of peace and quiet, you should consider visiting one of these small towns, where life’s little joys can make a whole lot of difference.

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