Most people only take a trip to the toilet out of pure bodily necessity, but according to a new book by Lonely Planet, bathrooms could soon become the next hot spot for world travelers. In the book, titled “Toilets: A Spotter’s Guide,” the travel experts scoured the globe to uncover the world’s most scenic, bizarre and luxurious lavatories. A few examples include a secluded bathroom on Toilet Island in Belize, a precarious outhouse situated on a rickety bridge in Canada, and a restroom with a view in Kongsberg, Norway. Head to FastCo Design to see more.
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