Bolivia's Salar de Uyuni is the world's largest salt flat, stretching more than 12,000 km (approximately 7,500 miles). The Luna Salada hotel was built with salt bricks mined and created at Salar de Uyuni — not just the walls and floors, but the tables, desks, and beds, as well. Even the restaurant hotel's restaurant features salt chairs, and its dishes are cooked with the "more pure" local salt. But this tremendous endeavor comes with it's fair share of downsides: Harsh weather can destroy the salt, and the salt walls can cause corrosion in the wires. No matter: We'd love to take a trip to this one-of-a-kind locale, but in the meantime, take a tour with this video from .
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