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could you sleep here?

Postby mamie » 15 Mar 2008, 15:23

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For me, this would take 'cocooning' to a whole new level. :love:

PS: that photo is actually a real hotel room
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Re: could you sleep here?

Postby ClaireDU » 15 Mar 2008, 17:08

:o I'd end up on the floor. Does not look like the ideal holiday accommodation so why would you need all those cupboards and draws? :lmao4:
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Re: could you sleep here?

Postby StVandal » 15 Mar 2008, 20:54

Wow! That would be completely ideal for me. Well, maybe with a bit higher of a rail.. I love sleeping in tight quarters. Judging from the size of those slippers, the bed would have to be a lot longer, though. It looks like it might not even be 6' long.
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Re: could you sleep here?

Postby pilvikki » 15 Mar 2008, 23:57

higher rails, so i don't find myself dangling over the edge like i did in norway a few yrs ago.... :shock:
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Re: could you sleep here?

Postby Bedford » 16 Mar 2008, 02:50

Not enough room for me and a lucky babe to sleep together, so I'd have to pass. Like the tight quarters, but I need some space to make my moves.
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Re: could you sleep here?

Postby meadow » 16 Mar 2008, 10:38

:whistle: yeah...uh huh...

anyway...if the mattress was a little thicker...i would love a little cocoon like that. as long as it was fluffy and comfy i would something like that!
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Re: could you sleep here?

Postby mamie » 17 Mar 2008, 07:59

This hotel is in the Alps and is a sleeping room for backpackers: the Moormannberge Hotel.

(here is a link to more pictures:http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/sf/inspiration/moormannberge-hotel-042124)

- apparently backpackers do not fall out of bed!

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Re: could you sleep here?

Postby meadow » 17 Mar 2008, 11:32

that looks kick-ass to me!!! i would totally love that!!!! :mrgreen:
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Re: could you sleep here?

Postby VS~ » 17 Mar 2008, 12:20

All it needs is a little curtain on the opening! It reminds me of the old Pullman cars when you could actually get a sleeper compartment on the train! I love it!!
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Re: could you sleep here?

Postby pilvikki » 18 Mar 2008, 01:36

on the bottom shelf, yes, but any higher than that and eeeeeeeeeeeeek!

i love sleeping on a train and on a boat! oh except in a horrid storm, coming back from estonia... :shock:
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Re: could you sleep here?

Postby Silke » 24 Mar 2008, 14:41

No problem to any of those.

...and I don't fall out of my bed when I'm first asleep. Normally, grownups don't. Unless they are sleepwalkers.
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Re: could you sleep here?

Postby imbizze » 24 Mar 2008, 15:30

The bed looks inviting enough. I just would have a hard time sharing the room with strangers. If it were a private room for a family, it would be fine.
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Re: could you sleep here?

Postby pilvikki » 24 Mar 2008, 16:08

i don't like sharing with anyone, or vise versa: i grind my teeth. :lmao4:
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