Some of the pictures at the end are especially cool...
The Salar de Uyuni is the world's largest salt flat at 10,582 square kilometers (4,086 sq mi) and a major tourist destination in Bolivia,
devoid of wildlife or vegetation but home to an estimated 10-billion tons of salt
What is no less incredible is that people who visit this amazing place, stay. How does one build something in the middle of vast emptiness?
The answer is astonishing
This exotic part of the world is in for a real treat,
and a stay in one of the world's most unique hotel is a real experience.
A lack of conventional construction materials in the area means that hotels are built entirely with salt blocks cut from the Salar itself.
The most famous is Palacio de Sal, Spanish for "Palace of Salt"
The hotel is made of 1 million 4-inch salt blocks, used for the floor,
walls, ceiling and furniture, including beds, tables, chairs and culptures.
The hotel has a dry sauna and a steam room, a saltwater pool and whirlpool baths for guests to relax in and enjoy this unreal place.
And the random net curtain below. Presidential suite?!!! He he
Imagine what it's like, sleeping on salt beds,
sitting on salt chairs and eating at salt tables.