Walking through Antoni Gaudí's buildings in Barcelona may feel a lot like walking through someone's fever dream, but what if you could have two nights worth of hopefully-not-fever-induced dreams inside one of them? If you win Airbnb's new contest, you'll be the first person to ever sleep overnight in his wonderfully psychedelic Casa Batlló.
This Chinese Festival Is Like 'Frozen' Come to Life
The highlights—beyond bragging rights that you crashed in a Gaudí—include a personal butler at your beck and call, an exclusive private tour, breakfast both days, and an intimate dinner in one night with up to four guests. Not included: hallucinogens.
Joe McGauley is a senior editor at Supercompressor. He's both surprised and relieved to know Gaudi is not at all associated with the origin of the term of gaudy.