Have you ever slept on a yacht overlooking a cliff, or overnighted in a jet airliner hanging out over a ravine or even slept in the belly of a 40' elephant? We know one thing you're most likely to have done - slept in a caboose - and that's how the Featherbed Railroad got mixed into all the unusual spots mentioned on Escape Travel's blog about the most unusual hotels in the world.
We're always so surprised and happy when someone finds our little resort nestled among the oak and Redwood trees here on the shores of Clear Lake and we're especially tickled by the fact that the author of this blog comes to us from across the country as blogger Jessica Holmes finds spends the days she's not traveling eating her way through New York.
When Tony found out that someone he really admires was writing a book and was looking for some input, he jumped right on the confuser and submitted a few tips about how a staycation can save a bunch of money for the traveler. He had no idea that someone he really looks up to, Clark Howard, would turn that input into five pages in his new book Living Large for the Long Haul.
But even more, it turns out that Clark Howard was really interested in what Tony had to say about staycations and how they can be a real savings so he arranged for an interview with Tony that lasted some 10 minutes. Now the value of 10 minutes of air time on a nationally-syndicated radio program is probably equivalent to the combined value of all the vintage and modern cars on the Featherbed Railroad property, so we're really grateful for this opportunity.
Who is Clark Howard?
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