When it’s this humid outside, there’s nothing better than having a scoop of ice cream. No, this next place isn’t a museum, but it is definitely a collector of ice cream flavors, 900 to be exact. Trout, hot dog, honey pollen, crab, gherkin, spaghetti…everything you’d ever want to eat in frozen dairy form is at the Heladeria Coromoto ice cream parlor in Merida, Venezuela. For the last thirty years, the shop has offered the world’s largest selection of ice cream flavors, all of them natural, so that scoop of mushroom ice cream you order actually has mushrooms in it. In case you were worried you wouldn’t be able to read a menu of 900 options, don’t worry…only 60 flavors are offered in the shop at any given time, when they are in season and rotated. And you can still find chocolate and vanilla along with the house special, “Pabellon Criollo”, which combines the flavors of the traditional Venezuelan meal of beef, rice, plantain, cheese, and black beans. If you’re an indecisive person, then I suggest you steer clear of this place and pretend you’re lactose intolerant for the day. Or you can just stand there and stare at the board all day. It’s up to you.