Undertoad Thursday Jan 17 01:45 PM
1/17: Ice hotel
Joe Thursday Jan 17 02:03 PM
Is that a product placement in your hotel or are you just glad to see me
dave Thursday Jan 17 02:27 PM
How many silly puns can we run up off of this?
kaleidoscopic ziggurat Thursday Jan 17 02:56 PM
the first one? annually there is one in quebec... does this tradition in sweden go back further i wonder?
ndetroit Thursday Jan 17 03:20 PM
And there are several in Iceland that are built at the beginning of every winter, recieve guests, etc, etc, and then melt away as summer arrives, only to be entrely rebuilt the next year.
ndetroit Thursday Jan 17 03:22 PM
oh, and ... good point joe... HAHAHAHA... I didn't even notice that until your post...
jaguar Thursday Jan 17 04:04 PM
they've bene doing this every year for years, i remember it a few years back.
tsumrow Friday Jan 18 12:48 PM
Is is just me or does the entrance to the Ice hotel look like one of those Absolut ads?
Nic Name Friday Jan 18 12:50 PM
It's definitely not just you ... that was Joe's point in the second post in this thread.
blase Friday Jan 18 01:34 PM
I think I saw some sort of thing of the Travel channel a while ago where they visited this place. You sleep in fur beds and they have a bar where the cups are made entirely of ice.
dave Friday Jan 18 01:49 PM
I imagine ice cups would be awesome at keeping your drink cool, but I would think your hands would get damn cold too.
blase Friday Jan 18 03:44 PM
Well, it's not milk they were drinking, it was Vodka - that way they can pour you a drink that won't melt your cup.
dave Friday Jan 18 06:03 PM
Hmm. Correct me if I'm wrong, but if you pour something that is warmer than 32║F/0║C on some ice, it's going to at least partially melt it, correct?
blase Friday Jan 18 06:19 PM
That's the whole point of it being alcohol, it can be chilled below the freezing point of water and still stay liquid.
dasviper Friday Jan 18 11:03 PM
richlevy Saturday Jan 26 03:02 PM