Personally, I hate being on airplanes. Sure, it's great to travel, but getting there is flat-out miserable. Which is why I don't quite understand the appeal of hotels built out of old airplanes, like this new resort opening up in Quepos, Costa Rica.
The Costa Verde Resort features a hotel suite built inside a 1965 Boeing 727 airplane. The plane was brought piece by piece from San Jose airport, and is clearly missing all of the important stuff that allowed it to fly in a former life. But it still looks like an airplane. Luckily, inside is done up to look like a hotel room, albeit one with little round windows all along it. Personally, I'd rather stick to a regular hotel room, but hey, whatever floats your boat.