I love tiny apartments which make creative use of vertical space.

One thing isn't even that amazing and is totally normal and common the Baltics is having the drying rack over the sink, my god it's life changing, why hasn't the rest of the world caught onto this yet??

But also ceiling beds up ladders. If there's anything that will make me go overbudget for an AirBnB it's a bed up a ladder.

In Bratislava in April I stayed in an absurdly small place but it worked for a small person. In Tallinn I have a very similar place, but a levelled up version. It's bigger (but still wee), less structurally dodgy and has two ceiling beds up a ladder.

🏷 life travel accommodation