With 111 places to choose from, you'll find a wide range of attractions in any of our guidebooks, including some of the most interesting restrooms, where you'll need to go when you need to go! Poo with a View in Chicago The swanky Signature Lounge on the 96th floor of the John Hancock building offers a bathroom experience like no other. The floor-to-ceiling windows offer a bird's eye view over the entire city. It's high enough to offer privacy while you look into the lives of people across Chicagoland. Find this view in 111 Places in Chicago That You Must Not Miss.
Awkward Encounters in Vancouver, BC Normally, we're not accustomed to striking up a conversation while we're visiting the restroom. But there's a twin urinal in Vancouver, BC where you may accidentally make eye contact with a stranger doing his business in the facing urinal. It's located in Vancouver's Heritage Hall. Find out the story behind this unique spot in 111 Places in Vancouver That You Must Not Miss.
Fabulous Facilities in New York City When you need to powder your nose, there's no place like the glamorous, art deco ladies' room on the 4th floor at Bloomingdale's in New York City. Enjoy its gleaming white and black marble floors, silver-gray walls, black-granite countertops, chrome sconces shaded with white linen, and beveled illuminated mirrors. Drop your bags kick up your feet in the lounge area to give yourself and your Amex card a breather. Adventures await you in 111 Places in New York That You Must Not Miss.
A Louvre, er, Loovre Museum in Miami Enjoy an art show - or create your own exhibition in the privacy of the bathroom at Miami's Wood Tavern. Street art comes inside in the restroom at this laid back bar. Graffiti, illustrations, tags, stickers plaster the walls as expressive mementos left behind by local Poocassos. You'll be torn between spending more time looking around and getting out of a bar bathroom as fast as you can. Find even more hidden treasures in 111 Places in Miami and the Keys That You Must Not Miss.
Racing to the Toilet in Baltimore In Baltimore, it's not so much a bathroom that we feature, but multiple toilet bowls - racing down Chestnut Avenue. These are the Hampdenfest Toilet Races featuring "defecation-device-based vehicles" competing for glory. If you can't make it to the races each September, you can see some of the commode charriots at Falkenhan’s Hardware. Get the full story and more in 111 Places in Baltimore That You Must Not Miss.
Dancing With Yourself in Toronto Otto's Berlin Döner in Toronto is known for its hearty German food. But what you might not know about is the private discos in the bathroom. You'll spot those big, irresistible buttons on the wall, and you should definitely not resist pushing the one in your stall, each of which offers a different style dance party. Read all about it in 111 Places in Toronto That You Must Not Miss.