Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Now You Can Stay In The Hotel Room Where John Lennon And Yoko Ono’s Bed-In Peace Protest Happened.

If the past and present were to collide, this is what it would look like.

You can have a groovy 60s time relaxing on the chair or couch, while "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" on the huge flat screen HD television in the living room.

If the past and present were to collide, this is what it would look like.

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Looking back at the power couple, you can tell they were years ahead of their time.

They were hip, fun, and were willing to stand up for what was right. They also didn't mind an audience in their bedroom, as they invited journalists to observe and record their protest against the Vietnam War.

Looking back at the power couple, you can tell they were years ahead of their time.

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Neither Lennon nor Yoko Ono would have imagined that their bed-in would have become so famous.

Years later, we're still feeling the effects of their peaceful, yet powerful message demonstration throughout the world. So, it seems only fitting that the room would be renovated in honor of the International Day of Peace.

Neither Lennon nor Yoko Ono would have imagined that their bed-in would have become so famous.

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You don't need VR lenses or a time machine to relive the bed-in protest. Just click on the video below to experience John and Yoko's protest in the name of peace.

Sources: Robb Report, MyFootage

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