Top 5 Weirdest Vacation Rentals

PHOTO: A beach home in Paraty, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is shown.
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"Twilight" Honeymoon Casa

The travel lodging site FlipKey.com just released its list of the Top 5 Weirdest Vacation Rentals. One pick could be big news for "Twilight" fans, who can rent the beach house where Bella and Edward celebrated their honeymoon in "Breaking Dawn Part I." Casa em Paraty, near Rio de Janeiro, overlooks its own private beach. It sleeps eight, so Teams Edward and Jacob can both be accommodated. Housekeeping is included -- a nice touch if you emulate Edward and rip open some pillows in vampire passion. Prices start at $4,000 per night.

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Boeing 727 Suite

Who hasn't dreamed of spending just one night in the fuselage of a 1965 Boeing 727? Realize the dream with a stay at Hotel Costa Verde, in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica. Sitting on a 50-foot pedestal so it looks out to the Pacific Ocean, the house also offers jungle views of the area's vibrant wildlife. Sleeps six. Prices start at $250 per night.

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Dog Bark Park Inn

Snoopy may be the most famous beagle, but this bed and breakfast in rural Idaho has to be the biggest. According to the listing on FlipKey.com, some of the furnishings were carved by "Dog Bark Park chainsaw artists Dennis & Frances." Sleeps four. Prices range between $86 and $92 per night.

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Spaceship in the North Woods

The Futuro house was a UFO-shaped prefabricated home from the late 1960s and early 1970s. This one has landed in Wisconsin's Arbor Vitae region and sits on a 60-acre lake. Sleeps two. Prices start at $450 per week.

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Tropical Treehouse

"Get away from it all, above it all!" is the apt motto of this arboreal abode in Puerto Rico. You and your loved one can find your inner Tarzan and Jane -- and so can 10 of your friends. It has views of the Caribbean, and the beach is minutes away. Prices start at $100 per night.

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