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Sleepbox

The Sleepbox was conceived for train stations, airports, public places and other places there are many people exhausted. Anybody can spend the night safely and inexpensively in an emergency, an area that has bed and is equipped with automatic system for switching sheets, ventilation, sound alert, LCD TV built-WiFi, a platform for a laptop and rechargeable headphones. There is space for luggage. Payment is made at terminals, which give the customer the key (electronic) from 15 minutes to several hours. By Arch Group.



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SOUTHERN OCEAN LODGE | KANGAROO ISLAND AUSTRALIA | Image

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EDGE WALK | CN TOWER TORONTO | Image

EDGE WALK | CN TOWER TORONTO

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