There's a hotel in Finland that may not be heated, but there's plenty of ice for your drink. It's the world's first igloo hotel.
If you decided to stay there, you'd spend the night in a sleeping bag on top of a sheepskin rug that rests on top of a block of ice. It's a good thing the bag's warm, because the air temperature stays just below freezing.
The hotel manager says it's like being allowed to stay in a snow fort all night long, something his parents never let him do when he was a kid.
When you're ready to leave the igloo hotel, just hitch up a dogsled, and yell "mush!"
From 'In The News' with CBS News correspondent Dan Raviv. ©1998, CBS Worldwide Inc., All Rights Reserved