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Back in November of 1995, a fledgling digital animation studio called Pixar released Toy Story.  The innovative animated film would rake in hundreds of millions of dollars at the box office, spawn a multi-billion dollar franchise, and launch the studio that would eventually bring us Cars, Wall-E, Finding Nemo, and so much more.  Really, how could you not love Buzz, Woody, and the entire motley crew that made up Andy's toys (and the many friends they would make along the way).

Now, true fans of the franchise can immerse themselves in the Toy Story world like never before.  Airbnb has a listing in El Paso, Texas that will blow any Pixar fan's mind!  This one-of-a-kind Toy Story house is big enough for you to bring an entire toybox full of friends with you for a weekend getaway!  It boasts enough room for 8 guests, with 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms.  If you're curious, it has a gorgeous backyard and loads of curb appeal - seriously, this is what it looks like from the outside:

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Make no mistake, though - inside, it totally "You Got a Friend in Me" from top to bottom!

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I realize that El Paso is on the other side of Texas (11ish hours drive), but if you and 7 friends want host your Toy Story marathon - this is the perfect spot!  Plus, at $169 a night - it works out to about $20 per person!

You can book your Pixar sleepover and/or find out more here.

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