It is, however, not as small as I thought it would be. I was thinking cruise ship sized bathroom, but it was full sized and featured plenty of space. The bedroom was really little but it would be comfortable for one person. All you do there is sleep there anyway. The living room, however, is gigantic. There is a huge wrap around couch with these giant ottoman sort of things that you can use to turn it into a giant bed. I would totally live there if I were a bachelor living all by my lonesome. There is lots of room to entertain, even if it would be a little bit of a chore.
|Couldn't you see Shatner trying to get|
some tail in this living room?
There are lots of little quirks, too. Like the coolest entry in the history of ever. The door opens and lowers down to show a set of steps, and it does it automatically and electronically with the push of a button. The owners of the one we stayed in had installed a screen door at the top of the steps which created a sort of vestibule area, which was nice because the windows don't open. That is a bad quirk. There are lots of windows in the Futuro but they are all oval shaped and they don't open. I understand that they were designed to be ski cabins but airflow in them is zero, or at least it would be without that nifty screen door attached.
|Tourism bureau beautiful pic of the lake.|