Have you ever slept the night on a bus? No, passing out paralytic on the night bus at 4am doesn't count. I mean, have you actually checked into a bus for the night?
Well, allow me to introduce your bed for the night. It's got four wheels, two decks and a very unusual theme running throughout.
Susan Moiser, 53, and her husband Philip, 54, transformed one of London's iconic 1960s red buses into a comfortable B&B.
The bus cost the couple £5,000 and the renovation project a further £100,000.
Complete with private garden and hot tub, the once public bus - now aptly named Trafalgar Square, offers a first-class experience. An interior designer got to work and, with limited space, created something quite spectacular.
The bus has kept original features, such as seats, steering wheel, windows, signs and even the stop bell.
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The top deck is now a plush bedroom. Blanketed in red velvet, the back of the bus is worlds away from when I had to duck after some tit set a deodorant can on fire on the back of the school bus.
The couple decided on the project after they saw another bus being used as an office, reports the Sun.
"The reaction has been phenomenal, absolutely amazing," explained Susan.
Stationed at the couple's country hotel, South Causey Inn, County Durham, the bus has proved popular for weddings and other special occasions. Although the experience will set you back £200-£250 a night, we bet that you won't have a back-of-the-bus experience anything quite like it. Or maybe you will?
It all depends on what you got up to on the back of the bus really.
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