Sleeping in an airport: Comfort Guide

IMG_7220So you have a long layover and don’t or can’t get accommodation for the night. You are therefore forced to spend your night sleeping on the floor of an airport.  For some of us, the idea of this sounds fun, adventurous and convenient. You get to save on accommodation for the night, there are bathrooms, restaurants, bars, plug-ins, wifi, etc. What else do you need? The reality is that sleeping in an airport normally means you will get a very broken sleep, look like you fell off a 20 storey building the next morning, you’ll be cold, hungry, bored, and even if you find an isolated area – you will still be greeted by workers cleaning at 4am. The reality is that no matter how convenient or fun sleeping in an airport MIGHT seem – it usually disappoints and leaves you as a cranky mess the next morning. However, if you must sleep in an airport, there are a few things you can do to make your experience better! Continue reading “Sleeping in an airport: Comfort Guide”


Typical Morning In The Life of Stephanie Nordlund

I’ve already accidentally left my nice Bose headphones on the metro, cried on a bench beside a stranger waiting for the bus to the airport and eaten a bag of kinder chocolate. And it’s only 8am. Let the adventures begin. Off to Vienna, Austria!


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