Here's Your Once-in-a-Lifetime Chance to Sleep Inside a Giant Avocado
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Here's Your Once-in-a-Lifetime Chance to Sleep Inside a Giant Avocado

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By Duncan Nielsen
The Avo-Condo is now accepting reservations—just in time for the beloved tree fruit's national holiday.

In case you were unaware, July 31 is National Avocado Day—and to celebrate, Booking.com just unveiled a bookable tiny home that will guac your world. The pitted-and-kitted accommodation is located in Sydney, Australia, and it's available for just two nights total.

Guests who can snag a reservation will get freebies packed with creamy goodness—like avocado slippers, little green coffee mugs with cheery pits smiling back at you, a pillow that reads "avo-cuddle," and a translucent pool float.

 The camper sits in front of Campbell’s Cove Lookout at Sydney’s Circular Quay. 

 The camper sits in front of Campbell’s Cove Lookout at Sydney’s Circular Quay. 

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One of the self-contained unit's biggest draws is its location. It's situated at the water's edge at Campbell's Cove Lookout, and it grants renters views of the Sydney Harbor Bridge and the Sydney Opera House—as well as access to a plentitude of area attractions.

If you'd like to book, the time is ripe—the Avo-Condo is only available from July 31–August 1.

If you'd like to book, the time is ripe—the Avo-Condo is only available from July 31–August 1.

The rental comes with a bevy of avocado swag for guests to take home. 

The rental comes with a bevy of avocado swag for guests to take home. 

Bookings for the Avo-Condo can be made now via Booking.com for the end of August 2019. Just don't confuse it with national guacamole day, which won't come around until mid-September.

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