3.I'm sure you've seen the outside of Cinderella's Castle at Disney World in Florida.
But did you know there's an entire suite in it?
Disney sometimes offers stays in Cinderella's Castle suite as prizes in contests and sweepstakes.
Below the suite (also inside the castle) is a full-service sit-down restaurant called Cinderella's Royal Table. No need to win a sweepstakes to make a reservation here and get into the castle!
4.Listen, I wanted to find out what it looked like inside the Great Pyramid of Giza, but I couldn't find pictures. This, however, is the Pyramid of Djoser, also in Egypt. It looks exactly like a step pyramid on the outside.
But check out all of the tunnels on the inside:
This step pyramid has an array of tunnels, false entrances, and galleries.
The Pyramid of Djoser was the first pyramid built in Egypt, and it marked the beginning of their ambitious pyramid-building program.
5.You most certainly know what the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy looks like from the outside:
But did you know you could go into it?
The Leaning Tower of Pisa was actually a Nazi base during WWII due to the vantage point they could get from the top. When American troops were instructed to destroy all enemy buildings, they couldn't bear to destroy the tower because of its aesthetic charm.
6.You can't argue that La Sagrada Familia in Spain is stunning from the outside.
But I bet you had no idea how stunning it was from the inside.
Architecturally, La Sagrada Familia isn't done. More additions are planned for 2022.
This means that over 135 years after laying the first stone for the basilica, La Sagrada Familia is still being built.
7.You've seen the outside of the Louvre in Paris and its iconic glass pyramid designed by I.M. Pei.
But here's what the inside of that famous pyramid looks like:
Gabby Prescod had no problem finding her place on "Summer House." Gibson Johns interviews the fashion director about joining the Hamptons-set Bravo hit for Season 7 as several of the original cast members found themselves enmeshed in drama, how she avoided internalizing preconceived notions about some of them and not feeling like she had to pick a side between Lindsay Hubbard and Danielle Olivera. They also discuss a conversation Ciara Miller and Mya Allen had about Gabby that aired on a recent episode, who her best friend in the house was, what Paige DeSorbo told her before she joined and whether she'd come back for another season.