I'm bored with hotel rooms, condos and the like. Next time I head toward Litchfield
, Connecticut I want to stay in the geodesic dome featured by HomeAway.com, a major vacation rental site, in its gathering of "Top Ten Most Unique Vacation Rentals."
Number One on the list: A curvy shell house in Isla Mujeres
on the beach, complete with a pool, that HomeAway says would be where the Little Mermaid would vacation on land. At $1,500 to $2,000 a week, it looks ideal for a honeymoon. Others: a tipi near Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta
, just over the Montana
line...yurt in Santa Barbara, California
...and two kinds of tree houses in Costa Rica
Labels: Alberta, California, Connecticut, Costa Rica, Isla Mujeres, Mexico, Montana, Santa Barbara, Waterton Lakes