Erin, from the design-crisis blog, has a rather fascinating -- or perhaps bizarre and disturbing -- photo gallery showcasing some of the rooms available at The Propeller Island City Lodge, located in Berlin.
You see, crazy artist Lars Stroschen opened The Propeller with a vision, a vision of utterly insane fantastic interiors. Each of the 45 rooms has a different theme, ranging from the serene Temple Room to the bizarrely disorienting Topsy Turvy Room.
I'm sure there will be a line-up of Twilight readers, dying to use the Coffin Room.
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