Love exploring unique swimming pools? Well, you might want to check this one out – unless, of course, you are someone terrified of heights. If that’s the case, then you’d be completely justified if you don’t want to come anywhere close this pool.
Found at the Market Square Tower in Houston, Texas, this one-of-a-kind swimming pool called Sky Pool is situated from the building’s 42nd floor – at 500ft above the busy road.
The Sky Pool is definitely not for the faint of heart.
What makes the swimming pool particularly scary is that it is a glass-bottomed pool and so you can see everything down below. See all those small buildings, cars, and people down there? They’re all real!
The Sky Pool is a glass-bottomed pool located at Market Square Tower in Houston, Texas.
Obviously, it is not recommended for swimmers who are afraid of heights.
Now we found a video that shows us what it’s like to walk around the Sky Pool and watching it alone is enough to make our stomachs churn.
Watch the video here:
We all know peeing in the pool is a disgusting thing to do but after seeing that footage, I’m really not sure how anyone could hold that pee in. I mean it looks totally scary up there!
Fortunately for those who don’t dig the Sky Pool, the residential complex another alternative (a more conventional one, so to speak) found at the 4th floor terrace.
Would you dare swim in the Sky Pool?
Leave a comment below and tell us about it.
Police Drag Paying Passenger Off An Overbooked Plane, Bloodying His Face
Passengers posted videos of the incident on social media and netizens are outraged at the violent treatment.
Passengers on a United Airlines plane bound for Louiseville, Kentucky were horrified when Chicago law enforcement dragged a man off an overbooked flight after he stood his ground and refused to give up his rightfully paid-for seat.
The whole upsetting event was captured on cellphone video and posted to Facebook and Twitter where it is now going viral online. Other passengers took to their social media accounts and called out United Airlines for the detestful way they dealt with the situation.
Floating Hotel Room Sets Guests Adrift in Ocean to Travel to Luxury Resort Island
A Japanese company envisions fearless travelers as the target audience for their floating hotel room.
Japanese company Huis Ten Bosch is best known for its over-the-top theme park in the city of Sasebo in Nagasaki. The whole park is modeled after a 17th-century Dutch enclave. Now, the company has announced that their next offering is a floating hotel room under its Mizukami Hotel brand.
The floating hotel rooms will be docked at the theme park. From there, they will be set adrift to a "desert island." But make no mistake about it — it's not some random island with no amenities. In fact, Huis Ten Bosch purchased an island for the setup. This island is being developed into a luxury resort.
Initially, only 2 floating hotel rooms will be available.
This New Luxury Train in Japan Will Spoil Guests as They Travel in the Country
Shut up and take ALL of my money!
Japan is always a wonderful place to visit. No wonder it's a place that's on the travel bucket list of many. Its magnificent culture, wonderful people, and scrumptious delicacies are only a few of the reasons why the Land of the Rising Sun is an extremely popular tourist destination.
Sure, moving around Japan isn't a problem, thanks to its efficient transportation system and the world-famous shinkansen. Still, you can always count on the Japanese people to take everything a notch higher. You see, in May this year, a new fun and luxurious way of traveling in Japan will be unveiled.
Say hello to the Train Suite Shiki-Shima, a luxurious train armed with posh, two-story suites, panoramic observation cars, and devilishly delicious food. ...
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