Do the employees dress like stewardesses?
The latest in hotel design? Visitors to Stockholm, Sweden now have the option of staying at the new “Jumbo Hostel”- a 747 jet retired from travel that has been turned into an affordable, fully-furnished, 25-room hotel. Many of the original parts of the plane remain such as the oxygen masks, the first class lounge bar, and the rotor blades which will be used as venetian blinds. Personally, I hate everything about flying and can’t imagine spending a vacation in anything that reminds me of being on plane. Once I land I like to stay as far away from the runway as possible until my return trip. But I can definitely appreciate the innovative idea AND most especially, the fact that is saves a perfectly good plane from being tossed into a landfill where it will create more excess waste.