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Check out the new Mumbai Apartment complex The Aquaria Grande, with its Floating Balcony Pools. Designed by Hong Kong architect James Law, the plans for this incredible dream residence actually have swimming pools in the place of balconies.

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Frozen Palace of Snow and Carved Ice. Just north of Quebec City, Hôtel de Glace stands amid snow-covered hills like an icy citadel in a fairy tale. The hotel’s domes and columns have been molded from 500 tons of ice and 15,000 tons of snow—the same materials used to carve the interior’s sparkling chandeliers and one-of-a-kind sculptures. The structure is as intricate as a snowflake and as ephemeral:

Hôtel de Glace - Quebec City, Canada - a temporary ice hotel open from Jan to March? Let's go.

The only true ice hotel in North America, the Hotel de Glace is only open in the winter months and boasts a bar, chapel, cafe and indoor ice slide.

With its 44 rooms and theme suites, Chapel and Grand Slide, the Hôtel de Glace will transport you into a fascinating world entirely made of snow and ice. Just 10 minutes from downtown Quebec City, the Hôtel de Glace offers a world of wonders.

Atlantis resort, Nassau, Bahamas

Atlantis underwater hotel in Dubai Shark-infested lagoon (er, tank) After being catapaulted down the Leap of Faith, Aquaventurers bob in inner tubes through a shark-infested lagoon. Fortunately the sharks are safely on the other side of a pane of glass.

This is a photo taken at the Underwater museum in Cancun Mexico.  To show people the beauty of the reef, 1000 sculptures were installed underwater near the reef. The exhibit was created to show the interaction between art and environmental science  The statues are made with  special materials to promote coral life. The exhibit can be seen by either diving or snorkeling.

Diving at the Underwater Museum, Cancun, Mexico photo by REUTERS/Ho New. Divers swim near Jason de Caires Taylor’s “The Man on Fire,” one of several sculptures immersed in the water off Cancun.

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