In preparation for the summer Olympics, London is getting creative.
David Weekes, a full-time cab driver has transformed his cab into a hotel for one, available to rent for £50
(US$78.50) per night. The taxi comes with a "memory foam" mattress, pillow, duvet, a bedside lamp and a teddy bear. It also offers a solar-powered refrigerator, a radio, an iPad, and camping chairs and a portable table on request. But Weekes does have two rules: no smoking and no pets.
HT: Jon Murphy