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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

The Recycled Hotel on WINGS

(Sorry these blogs came back-to-back but Blogger was not coorperating last night and this is our only chance to blog today during our travels out west.)

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The Recycled Hotel On Wings!

Look up in the sky, it's a bird, it's a plane...well, yes, it's a plane that also happens to be a 2 bedroom hotel suite constructed with a real 1965 Boeing 727 fuselage as part it's structure. A most interesting and unique example of repurposing old tech for new use beyond the trash heap (or recycling yard in the case of most planes)

The 727 Fuselage Home at Hotel Costa Verdes is located in Costa Rica inside a national park, available to rent for, sporting accommodations much more plush than the plane's original aviation origins. Any "turbulence" to be provided by occupants (but you don't earn Mile High Club points really):

Cost Verde salvaged this airframe, piece by piece, from its San Jose airport resting place. We carefully transported the pieces on five, big-rig trucks to the jungles of Manuel Antonio where they have been resurrected into a unique jumbo hotel suite. Our classic airplane, nestled on the edge of the National Park in our Costa Verde II area, is perched on a 50-foot pedestal. At this height, you will enjoy scenic ocean and jungle views from the hard wood deck built atop the plane's former right wing. The plane's interior is Costa Rican teak paneling from the cockpit to the tail. Furnishings are hand-carved, teak furniture from Java, Indonesia. Our 727 home features two air conditioned bedrooms--one with two queen sized beds and the other with one queen sized bed, each with its own private bath—a flat screen TV, a kitchenette, dining area foyer; an ocean view terrace; a private entrance up a river rock, spiral staircase; and 360 degrees of surrounding gardens. 


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