How Your Laptop Can Help You if You’re Stuck in an Airport

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Here’s reason #399 to bring your laptop with you wherever you go. And just in time for long-weekend, holiday, and summer vacation travel.

In these days of incredibly long waits at the airport, most people already expect to spend a couple of hours cooling their heels once they get there, and before they can check in (let alone board).

But sometimes a couple of hours can turn many more hours, and before you know it you find yourself stranded at the airport for what seems an interminable amount of time. And there is only so much reading, monitor scanning, and plane watching you can do before you get tired. And cranky. And tired.


 
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How Your Laptop Can Help You if You’re Stuck in an Airport

That’s when it’s time to whip out your trusty old laptop (actually you’ve probably already whipped it out and caught up on all your old email, and looked for someone – anyone – online to chat with – but hey, it’s 3:00a.m. and you seem to the the only one in the world who is up and awake except for the janitors at the airport, and they aren’t interested in idle chit chat (you know, you’ve already tried.

Well, keep your laptop open! Because it’s SleepingInAirports.com to the rescue!

Yes, this website is really and truly dedicated to finding places in or near major airports where you can catch a catnap or collapse in a coma. For either free or very little money.


 

The website is divided by country, and then region or state. And readers contribute their own tips and stories, many of which are extremely entertaining as well as helpful.

So remember this URL – SleepingInAirports.com, and, of course, your laptop.

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