stranded in jfk airport for 16 hours. new york. december 2010.
In this photo gallery, we would like to introduce you to some airport sleepers demonstrating a sleeping position we call the “flycatcher”.
“The Guide to Sleeping in Airports”, lots of coffee, and a thriller novel by two Swedes.
Sleeping in Airports is not for everyone, so it is good to know where the nearest hotel is the next time you are stuck in the airport overnight.
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As Sarah put it, this is dedication to traveling cheaply. Sleeping in airports and train stations means no need to pay for a hostel!