The End-of-the-World Hotel (Sort of like the Hotel California)

When a 50-megaton nuclear explosion incinerates the American heartland, do you really want to be caught in a mildew-ridden, dumpy motel next to a highway in the middle of Nowhereville? Of course not. So when the apocalypse comes a-knockin’, protect yourself in a luxury end-times bunker from the Del Mar, Calif.-based Vivos Group.

Something wrong, though.  At $50,000 for adults and $25,000 for kids (pets free), that’s only $10,000,000, and one presumes that it’s a sort of one-shot deal.  You couldn’t even build it for that.

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