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But um, wouldn't sliding down that waterslide kinda hurt?
It's not April Fool's Day, is it? OK, just checking. We've heard of hotels that encourage guest nudity, you see, but never have we seen them in Turkey. Which makes sense, since the Adaburnu Gölmar Hotel—opening on May 1st—bills itself as "the first naturist hotel in Turkey."
It makes a little more sense when you realize that the, um, service, was designed for foreign guests—god bless those British and German tourists who just can't keep their clothes on.
Does this count as an anti-view?
A friend of ours stayed there a couple of weeks back, and returned with the revelation that the beach it sits on appears to be a nudist beach. Que?
We didn’t quite believe her until this morning, when she sent over this picture, taken right outside the hotel. And while we’re doing our best to concentrate on the seagull (nice composition, btw) we’re acutely aware that she might not have been exaggerating.
I didn't see an official nudist beach sign or anything - but there was a lot of naked people and they weren't getting arrested
She also snapped a more conventional view from her bedroom window here. Good job you can’t zoom in!
We're going to admit something to you dear readers. We hate pants. More often than not, if you ever walked in on us at home we would not be wearing pants. Ok, maybe that's an exaggeration as we are wearing pants at this moment. But whenever we can not wear pants, it's a good time.
However, we don't think we could ever bring ourselves to check into this nudist hotel, Hotel Rosengarten in Freudenstadt, Germany. From Spiegel Online:
Guests will be required to remove their clothes at the entrance and must be naked at all times while on the premises, according to the strict house rules that have already been posted on the Internet. "We hope to open as soon as possible," Silvia Probsthain, a member of staff at the planned Hotel Rosengarten, told SPIEGEL ONLINE. "It will be the first comprehensively nudist hotel in Germany."
"Comprehensively nudist." Wow. Words fail us.
Entitled "It's Fun to Vacation at Clothing-Optional and Nudist Resorts," the blog is written by owners Tom and Mary Clare and covers all sorts of topics ranging from current issues that affect the nudist community to last-minute cancellations and availability at the Inn.
Since the Inn prides itself on being a friendly, welcoming and supportive place for first-time clothing-optional vacationers, the blog features a ton of content focused on giving first-timers the kind of comfort and encouragement they may need to debut their goodies with confidence.