IKEA Hostel. When I was growing up, IKEA Pittsburgh was an annual trip my family made from Indianapolis. It was the closest at the time (nearly seven hours!) and we never bought a lot but we loved the entire "IKEA experience." Check out this article from the UK's The Guardian...
One of two IKEAs in Oslo, Norway is inviting shoppers to spend the night. IKEA Hostel lets shoppers who haven't finished their shopping spend the night — for free. The overnight guests also will enjoy free meals. Dinner and breakfast. With room to host 30 overnight guests, the space is limited to a room of bunk beds, a bridal suite and some family-oriented rooms.
As IKEA-crazed as we were, I can't see my family staying overnight there at the time. Would you stay over at IKEA? What's the furthest you've traveled to visit the Swedish superstore?
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