This See-Through Hotel Room is So Terrifying, You Might Just Want To Stay in It

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In fact, prospective visitors must first conquer over 1,300 feet of via ferrata, navigating in the process the almost-sheer cliffs that soar up from the valley floor.

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A via ferrata – “iron road” in English – is a climbing aid consisting of a series of metal cables and ladders and which allow climbers to traverse difficult terrain. First used by soldiers carrying supplies across the Alps during World War I, such routes are now an attraction for thrill-seekers around the world looking to go that extra mile.

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