For $10 a night, you can sleep in an igloo some guy named Pierre built in Cambridge, Mass.
According to the Airbnb listing, the igloo fits one person — or two if you curl up and cuddle — and is the result of last week's winter storm, Juno, which also spawned a helpless yeti who wandered around the streets of Boston. Pierre will provide guests with luxury amenities like a tarp and a "yoga mattress," and asks that you bring your or sleeping bag, or BYOSB. Oh, and instead of making some yellow snow, you can use the bathroom and kitchen in his house.
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And in case you had any doubts about the structural integrity of the igloo, like the ones you made when you were a eight, in his user bio, Pierre said he "perfected" his igloo building skills during a trip in Siberia. Whoa. That must be a serious igloo. Plus, it doesn't look like it's going to melt anytime soon with more snow in the forecast and cold temperatures hanging out in the area for the next couple of weeks, according to the forecast from Weather Underground.
Thrillist responded to the Airbnb listing to ask Pierre for more information.
[UPDATE - 2:01pm]
It appears the Airbnb listing for the igloo is no longer available. Maybe the igloo melted in all of the limelight? Or maybe the Boston yeti has booked it through the foreseeable future?
Tony Merevick is Cities News Editor at Thrillist and sometimes his cold apartment feels pretty similar to an igloo. Too bad it's not $10. Follow him on Twitter @tonymerevick.