Wednesday, December 2, 2015

You can visit the actual cheeseburger or watch
it via webcam. Six years ago, McDonald's sold its very
last cheeseburger in Iceland.
The economic downturn pushed the fast food chain
out of the country, but there's still proof that it once existed.
The evidence
is a six-year-old cheeseburger in a cloche at Bus Hostel Reykjavik and it
doesn't look a day older than the day it was made.
(For the record, McDonald's
cheeseburgers are known for not rotting, but this takes it to a new level.)
Even if you can't make it to Iceland, you can take the display in via live
webcam (seriously). The burger was first purchased by Hjörtur Smárason
in October 2009 and sat in his garage up until 2014 when he decided to donate
it to a local museum.
Somehow, it ended up at Bus Hostel and is undoubtedly
one of the strangest tourist attractions around. Erika Owen is the
Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and
Instagram at @erikaraeowen.
It takes a lot to stand out in a saturated hospitality
market—one hostel in Iceland has a display featuring the last McDonald's
cheeseburger sold in the country.
Read more here.

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