Imagine going on a vacation where you wake up each morning not knowing where you are.
To the Type A traveller, this probably sounds like hell.
But for anyone who likes to throw a little caution to the wind, the latest travel campaign from Quebec Tourism will leave you with straight-up wanderlust.
Kip Geddes and Glennis Laroe, two tourists from Brooklyn, N.Y., were treated to a special kind of vacation, travelling around "la belle province" each night for two weeks in a portable bedroom.
The objective? Wake up to a stunning surprise view each morning.
Where have they taken us this time? (Photo:Tourisme Québec/YouTube)
The couple described their trip as "amazing."
"Travelling with no expectations is like watching a movie without seeing the trailer," they said in a press release.
Some of the vistas they were delighted to find along the way included The Stone Pillar Lighthouse, Saguenay Fjord National Park, Montmorency Falls Park, and more. (Check out the video above.)
Quebec Tourism has also launched an interactive travel planning website to help tourists reach the destinations enjoyed by this lucky couple.
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