Thursday, November 19, 2009

Quirky Euro Files: The French Hamster-Themed Hotel

Here's the news story from Nantes. The photo itself is worth your time. The blurb:
It's a unique concept according to its creators, a hotel in the French town of Nantes is offering the chance for people to become a hamster.

For 99 euros ($148.10) a night, you can eat hamster grain, run in a giant wheel and sleep in hay stacks in what is called the "Hamster Villa."

The whole thing does remind me of this archived post. But really, 99 euros to live like a graduate student? That's overpriced, man!

Of course, maybe there's a French fixation with the little rodents. Remember the Great Hamster of Alsace?

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Dude! I heard this on the radio yesterday! NUTZ