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The deepest pool in the world, named the Y-40 Deep Joy, the pool is now the star attraction at the Hotel Millepini, located in the Montegrotto Terme resort area, near Venice. Reaches a depth of 42 meters (138 feet), a space that could easily accommodate a 13-story building

The deepest pool in the world, named the Y-40 Deep Joy, the pool is now the star attraction at the Hotel Millepini, located in the Montegrotto Terme resort area, near Venice. Reaches a depth of 42 meters (138 feet), a space that could easily accommodate a 13-story building

Not sure I'd have the nerve to go through with it, but would love to try...

Not sure I'd have the nerve to go through with it, but would love to try...

I'd sleep in the Capsule Hotel in Japan if somebody dared me, but I think I'd get claustrophobic in there.

I'd sleep in the Capsule Hotel in Japan if somebody dared me, but I think I'd get claustrophobic in there.

If I see this image pinned once more as an "underwater hotel" in Dubai I might freak out.  I was just here 2 months ago.  It is a huge aquarium in the Atlantis hotel on the Palm in Dubai.  This is on the basement level where shopping and restaurants are located. Very cool place, but not anywhere near being an "underwater hotel".

If I see this image pinned once more as an "underwater hotel" in Dubai I might freak out. I was just here 2 months ago. It is a huge aquarium in the Atlantis hotel on the Palm in Dubai. This is on the basement level where shopping and restaurants are located. Very cool place, but not anywhere near being an "underwater hotel".

Unimaginably cool. A little over five years ago, Conrad Maldives Rangali Island opened the very first undersea restaurant. To celebrate their anniversary, the restaurant offered guests the chance to not only eat under the sea, but sleep under it as well. The 12-seat restaurant, which sits 16 feet below sea level of the Indian Ocean, was converted into a private bedroom suite for two, complete with a private champagne dinner and breakfast in bed.

Spectacular Underwater Bedroom in Maldives

Unimaginably cool. A little over five years ago, Conrad Maldives Rangali Island opened the very first undersea restaurant. To celebrate their anniversary, the restaurant offered guests the chance to not only eat under the sea, but sleep under it as well. The 12-seat restaurant, which sits 16 feet below sea level of the Indian Ocean, was converted into a private bedroom suite for two, complete with a private champagne dinner and breakfast in bed.

Bucket list sit in a giant lily pad on the amazon River. It's terrifying yet exciting all at the same time!

Bucket list sit in a giant lily pad on the amazon River. It's terrifying yet exciting all at the same time!

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