Folks who smoke weed don't really like to stop smoking when they're on vacation. This isn't an addiction thing, it just makes sense. Cannabis enthusiasts smoke/eat marijuana to relax, and isn't that what a vacation is all about?
Unfortunately, heading to a new city doesn't afford the same level of comfort as one's home. Can you smoke weed freely? Where can you grab? Are you even allowed to take part in a little cannabis where you're staying? That last bit is even more of a dilemma when you're staying at an Airbnb place, as many of us are wont to do.
Bud & Breakfast solves all of those problems and puts your pot-loving brain at east as soon as you book a room. Basically, the online lodging service is Airbnb, just for people who smoke weed. For real.
Just like its non-marijuana counterpart, Bud & Breakfast works with a "host" and "guest" setup. The key difference is that all hosts are A-okay with smoking weed, so guests don't have to stress about rolling a joint in their pseudo-hotel, and hosts can even give guests some pointers on cannabis culture in their city.
Of course, Bud & Breakfast also has guidelines on exactly who can be a host, promising "an accessible network of accommodations that meet high standards for quality, reliability, and satisfaction for travelers who also enjoy the benefits of the wonderful healing plant, marijuana."
At the moment, Bud & Breakfasts's network of lodgings isn't the largest, though they do have listing based in Canada, including Montreal.
Most of B&B's available listings are based in Colorado, (you know, that state that has legal weed) which isn't the biggest of surprises. So if you want to get a first-hand look into Colorado's cannabis culture (note: you don't need a card or any special ID to have marijuana products in the state, just be over 21) be sure to find a place to stay with Bud & Breakfast.
Time to get in on cannabis tourism people, because apparently it's a thing. Check out Bud & Breakfast here.