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sleeping in airports

while doing research on my upcoming flights to south america in january, i was looking up whether or not the lima airport would be a good place to spend the night (since i have a layover there from 12am-5pm, which really isn't long enough to deal with a hotel), and i ran across the sleeping in airports site. and bam, there is all the information i need about spending the night in lima's airport, and learned vital information like "If you are staying overnight, head to the cafe called the Air Bar. It's on the second floor at the arrivals end of the airport. There were lots of long couches to stretch out on and after 11 the restaurant clears out and you have the place to yourself."

i would never have guessed that such a site existed. but it does. and this is a wonderful thing.

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I can't believe you didn't know about that! That is definitely a helpful thing to have when you are flying many dozen times in one year....
Glad you had such a nice 4th! :)


thanks esther! yeah, that has to be one of the most useful websites for travellers ever. ;)

hope you and jason had a great 4th, i missed not being able to celebrate it with you in portland!

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