Rise and shine inside an adorable bus with a beautiful, shabby-chic bedroom

Parked in Nashville, Tennessee, there's nothing ordinary about this tiny but roomy bright blue bus. Loaded with everything required for a weekend getaway, you'll love camping in this adorable, small space. Located on a farm with lots of friendly chickens, the bus is pet-friendly and offers space for two guests to enjoy relaxing.
When you're ready to see some sights, you're only a few steps away from town, but you'll have everything you need on the bus, including A/C, electricity and, of course, Wi-Fi. As a bonus, grab some fresh eggs for breakfast! The neighborhood is quiet and friendly, and it's a great spot to unwind as well as check out one of the coolest cities in the U.S. You'll see that space-saving is a big priority on this bus, and a convertible futon goes from a comfortable, overstuffed couch ...
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... to a spacious double bed! Electric lights and wooden accents give the home a cozy, shabby-chic look, and the bus's windows let in lots of natural light. There's a small cooler to store cold drinks and food.
A small kitchenette area provides you with the basics to make tea, coffee and small meals, including a portable propane stove and some drawer space.
An air conditioner keeps the bus nice and cool on those southern summer days.
There's a small camping toilet that's simple to use, with a beaded curtain for privacy.
The bus offers plenty of seating space, but you'll probably spend more time outside than indoors.
You'll be able to make friends with chickens, lounge under the stars, grill dinner over a fire pit and dine al fresco! This homey space is a fun way to enjoy camping out without the tent!
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