Thanks to Airbnb -- a website that describes itself as "eBay for space" -- Richy McWealthisons can now rent out the entire country of Liechtenstein for $70,000 a night. Buyers who splurge on Liechtenstein can accommodate 450 to 900 guests in over 500 bedrooms and must book at lease two-consecutive nights.

Most of us would be content with a party (wedding, birthday, graduation, etc.) at a nice hotel, right?  Maybe even at the house of your rich uncle, if you're lucky enough to have one of those.  But how about renting your own COUNTRY for a weekend?

And if I'm renting the country - can I get away with anything?  It would seem only fair, I'm paying for it, right?

So what happens after you lay down your dinero? According to Airbnb, you're "offered a great variety of options. You can visit the Prince's wine cellars and taste various wines or experience a sunset at an altitude of 1,000 m above sea level followed by a torchlight hike and a night camping out in the open in bivouacs."

Not interested in the breathtakingly beautiful Liechtenstein? Consider renting the Mountain Village of Brand ($65k a night), a German Wine Country Village ($50k a night), a Harz Mountain Village ($50k a night) or a Picturesque Lakeside Village ($65k a night).