Sometimes here, sometimes there: theoretically there is no fixed location for the "Pump it up!", the "Kabaischen" near the Minett metropolis of Esch-sur-Alzette. Unlike its ten siblings, this ingenious sleeping option is not anchored in a foundation, but mounted on a trailer. With just a few simple steps, the entire system can be set up in ever new locations.
As part of the "Minett Trail" hiking trail, the "Kabaischen" is the perfect stop on your way through the contrasting Minett region; As a stopover, it is therefore a good idea to spend the night in an unusual ambience, depending on the location. If the "Pump it up!" is for example set up at the Ellergronn nature reserve, nature-loving visitors will get their money's worth. Because thanks to the slightly transparent outer skin, as a guest in the "Kabaisches" you are not so isolated from the environment. You can only get closer to the starry nights sky in a tent. The concept was elaborated by the architects of 2001 + NJOY.
Better still: The inflatable hemisphere does not lack any comfort. Kitchen, bathroom and living and dining room are in the trailer, stairs lead up to the inflatable part, in which there are three separate rooms. Two of them have a double bed, another room has two single beds; a total of 6 guests can be accommodated in the "Pump it up!" to spend the night. A clever room layout also ensures that you can also maintain your privacy inside.