Now, you might be wondering what all a $55 million space vacation comes with. Well, in this case, you get a round-trip ride to and from the ISS on a SpaceX rocket, accommodations in a one of Axiom's "habitation modules," which feature big observation windows for you to longingly stare down at Earth, and a trip to training camp to prepare you for life out of this world. Specifically, you'll be privy to a 15-week training program (spread out over two years) alongside actual astronauts, during which you'll learn the ins and outs of handling weightlessness, basic safety, launch procedures and on-board systems, and, importantly, how to use the bathroom.
It's fair to assume that simply floating and gawking out at the great beyond won't get boring, but you'll also get to experience a number of other things while you're up there. Axiom will help curate a customized activity plan, which could include everything from fitness to filmmaking to biological research.
If you're interested and have the cash, you can request more info and book your seat with the travel company Roman and Erica Inc. Otherwise, now may be a good time to hit up any wealthy benefactors you may have in your rolodex, or start playing Powerball.
Then again, if you'd rather an Earthbound vacation option that doesn't actually cost money, you have options too.