Staying at Upper Saranac Lake's Dry Island will cost you $4,000/night, but it comes with a full staff, unlimited wine and 14 boats. Better yet? The entire island is yours, and yours alone, for your stay. Want to rent a private island in a warmer spot? Off the Florida Keys, Charlie's Island sleeps up to eight people for $2,795 for a full week. When you break that down, it's only about $50/night per person to have an island just for you and your friends. Turns out private islands aren't just for billionaires anymore.
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Wes Anderson's upcoming movie, The Grand Budapest Hotel, stars Ralph Fiennes as the concierge of a beautiful 1920s European hotel. While most of this movie was shot at a historic German shopping center, many directors shoot in hotels where you can actually stay. For example, did you know you can stay at the plantation where Interview With a Vampire was shot? Or drink whiskey like Bill Murray's character did at the bar on the 52nd floor of the Park Hyatt Tokyo (pictured above) in Lost in Translation. Check out more famous movie hotels over at Thrillist.
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Savvy travelers probably know that feeding the pigeons in Venice's St. Mark's Square could get you slapped with a fine, but did you know that it's also illegal to wear high heels to the Acropolis or wear camouflage clothing in Barbados? Find out more about these and other unusual laws that could land you in jail over at Thrillist.
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