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Jumpstart Your Day: A Tree House Getaway

Escape from the hustle and bustle of the city in this cozy tiny home

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What do you usually do when you want to take a break from your usual routine? Or if you've always loved out-of-town trips, where do you go to enjoy some quality time away from the Internet and your gadgets? Be inspired to take break by this charming tree house built by a couple for their child. After being unused for about a decade, they began letting people—most of which want to take a break from work—stay for a night. The house is 30 feet above ground and is built in a multi-trunked, 110-foot-hight eucalyptus tree. There is no electricity, only solar lights—so you are assured of a peaceful and relaxing stay. (Source: faircompanies.com)

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