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Points of Interest: Essential Hotels, and an Xbox One Hotel

by Zach Everson. Posted Nov 12th 2013 09:56 AM
Essential hotels in major U.S. cities, an Xbox One hotel and squatting for free rides on Moscow's subway are today's points of interest:
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The "Sleepbox" Makes Airport Dozing More Comfortable

by AOL Travel Staff. Posted Aug 15th 2011 09:00 AM
A Moscow airport eager to cater to tired travelers has installed the "Sleepbox," a modular dorm room, in a terminal so travelers can get a little shut eye while waiting for the final boarding call.
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Five European Airports to Avoid for Flight Connections

by Zach Honig. Posted Mar 16th 2011 12:01 AM

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For business travelers, paying a few extra bucks for a direct flight is seldom an issue, but tourists often book flights with cost in mind, choosing to fly multiple segments to reach their destination if the price is right. If you think connecting at an airport in the U.S. is inconvenient, try gate hopping at London Heathrow, Madrid Barajas, or our other picks for airports to avoid in Europe.
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The 10 Best Bathhouses in the World

by Cheryl Lock. Posted Feb 22nd 2011 05:30 PM
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Luxuriating in a bathhouse was a stalwart of ancient Rome, where these first spas were the go-to spots for healing and relaxation. But there are still bathhouses all over the world that welcome travelers seeking rejuvenation. Some are more than two thousand years old, while others are modern recreations of the good old days of taking the waters. These ten bathhouses should make their way onto your travel list.
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Best Places to Unplug

by Sarah Rose. Posted Feb 3rd 2011 12:31 PM
In a wired world, peace and quiet have become luxuries. Some hotels have caught on and now offer a lack of service as the ultimate indulgence -- no phones, no televisions, limited internet, and sometimes even no electricity. We selected the top places to unplug and go low-tech or even no-tech. So turn off the cellphone, close the laptop, then kick back, relax and enjoy the ahhhhhhh.
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