I Tried Airport Sleep Pods

Ryan Trahan
30 Mar 202421:38

Summary

TLDRThe video follows an individual's global journey to explore and review various sleep pods in airports, with the goal of achieving a perfect sleep score on a sleeping app. Starting from New York City to Munich, Zurich, and finally London Gatwick, the traveler experiences a range of sleep pods with different amenities, sizes, and comfort levels. The video is a blend of humor, cultural experiences, and personal insights into the world of airport sleep accommodations, highlighting the unique aspects of each location and the challenges of traveling with the intent to sleep well.

Takeaways

  • 🌍 The journey began with an obsession with sleep pods and a mission to find the best one in airports around the world.
  • 💤 The goal was to achieve a perfect sleep score of 100 on a sleeping app, which had been elusive at home.
  • 🛫 The first sleep pod experience was in New York City, costing $33 for the night and offering amenities like a work area and a pull-out bed.
  • 🚿 Despite mixed reviews, the sleep pod provided a unique experience and the opportunity to explore the airport at midnight.
  • ✈️ The adventure continued to Munich, Germany, where the sleep pod was more of a nap pod, priced between $12 to $18 per hour.
  • 🇨🇭 Next up was Zurich, Switzerland, where the sleep pod was part of a capsule hotel, offering an overnight stay with a high price tag but impressive features.
  • 🍴 The capsule hotel included amenities like a lounge with snacks and drinks, and even allowed for interviews with other guests.
  • 🏨 The KLM Lounge in Amsterdam was an exclusive airport lounge with a sleep pod that came with showers and a buffet.
  • 🛏️ The yotel at London Gatwick Airport was the most expensive sleep pod of the journey, featuring cool purple lights and a private bathroom.
  • 📈 Throughout the journey, the experience varied greatly from one location to another, with some sleep pods receiving high praise and others having notable criticisms.
  • 🛌 Despite the excitement of trying different sleep pods, there was a longing for the comfort of one's own bed and a more relaxed approach to sleep.

Q & A

  • What was the main goal of the narrator's journey?

    -The main goal of the narrator's journey was to achieve a 100 sleep score on his sleeping app by trying out various sleep pods in different airports around the world.

  • What was the first sleep pod the narrator tried and what were its features?

    -The first sleep pod the narrator tried was in New York City. It cost $33 for a whole night or about $26 an hour. It came with amenities such as a work area, a desk chair, a futon with a pull-out bed, an Amazon Basics fan, a Bluetooth speaker, a mirror, and a monitor with a video of water falling on leaves.

  • What was the narrator's experience with the shower facilities in the New York sleep pod?

    -The narrator had a scheduled shower at 9:30 a.m. and found the facilities amazing for the price of $2 an hour at the airport. He mentioned that he had to check for hair in the drain, referencing a previous reviewer's complaint.

  • How did the narrator describe his experience with the Munich sleep pod?

    -The narrator described the Munich sleep pod as smaller than the one in New York but noted it had a bed with sheets and a large screen showing the remaining time. He also mentioned the ability to adjust air conditioning and set an alarm. Despite the positive features, he received the worst sleep score ever on his app.

  • What was unique about the Zurich sleep pod that the narrator tried?

    -The Zurich sleep pod was unique because it was part of a capsule hotel. It was more expensive but offered features like a private bed, hangers for clothes, a towel rack, charging points, and earplugs. The narrator also had the opportunity to interact with other guests in a shared lounge area.

  • What was the narrator's reaction to the KLM Lounge's sleep pod?

    -The narrator was highly impressed with the KLM Lounge's sleep pod, describing it as the best one so far. He appreciated the comfortable bed, the availability of showers, and the variety of seating options. He also enjoyed watching the Netherlands news during his stay.

  • What was the narrator's experience with the yotel sleep pod at London Gatwick Airport?

    -The narrator found the yotel sleep pod to be stylishly designed and equipped with a comfortable bed, a TV, multiple power outlets, and even a private bathroom. He was concerned about the lack of airflow and the heat in the pod but was provided with a Dyson fan to alleviate the issue.

  • What was the narrator's overall conclusion about his sleep pod journey?

    -Despite enjoying the experience of trying out various sleep pods, the narrator concluded that he was excited to return to his own bed and not have to worry about his sleep score.

  • What additional product was the narrator promoting during his journey?

    -The narrator was promoting a product called Joy Ride sweets, which had recently received interest from retailers and had a successful following on Instagram.

  • How did the narrator handle the language barrier in different countries?

    -The narrator did not explicitly mention handling language barriers. However, he seemed to navigate his experiences with the help of locals and airport staff, and he used English during his interactions.

  • What was the narrator's strategy for dealing with the heat in the yotel sleep pod?

    -The narrator's strategy for dealing with the heat in the yotel sleep pod was to request a Dyson fan from the front desk, which helped to increase his comfort level and improve his sleep score.

Outlines

00:00

🛌 Global Sleep Pod Adventure Begins

The narrator embarks on a journey to find the best sleep pod in airports around the world, starting with the only sleep pod in America located in New York City. The experience includes amenities like a work area, a pull-out bed, and a shower appointment. Despite the comfort and convenience, the narrator's sleep score remains low, leading to a continued pursuit of better sleep experiences in other airports.

05:01

🌆 Munich's Airport Nap Capsule

The narrator visits Munich, Germany's airport, known for being a five-star airport but also one of the most delayed. The sleep pod here is smaller than the previous one, yet it offers a comfortable nap experience. The narrator contrasts the positive review from Martin, who praises the quiet and cleanliness, with Kristo's complaint about dirt and temperature issues. The narrator's own experience is a short nap before a flight, resulting in another poor sleep score.

10:03

🏨 Zurich's Capsule Hotel Experience

In Zurich, Switzerland, the narrator stays in a capsule hotel with sleep pods that offer more space and amenities than previous pods. Despite some negative reviews about the size, the narrator enjoys the stay, especially the bathroom and lounge area. The sleep pod comes with a private shower and the narrator conducts interviews with other guests about their experiences, all while dealing with a sore loser in a game of checkers.

15:05

🥞 Amsterdam's Exclusive Airline Lounge 52

The narrator describes his experience in Amsterdam's Airline Lounge 52, an exclusive and luxurious sleep pod area with a US plug for phone charging, a comfortable bed, and a variety of seating options. He enjoys the amenities, including a buffet and showers, and takes a satisfying nap. The lounge's design and services exceed his expectations, making it the best sleep pod experience so far.

20:05

🍕 London's Yotel Sleep Pod Adventure

The narrator's final sleep pod experience is at Yotel in London Gatwick Airport. Despite concerns about negative reviews mentioning cigarette smell and lack of airflow, the narrator finds the sleep pod to be well-designed and equipped with everything needed for a comfortable stay. He enjoys a shower and anticipates a good night's sleep, only to be concerned about the heat and airflow in the pod. However, he receives a fan from the front desk, which improves his sleep score.

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Keywords

💡Sleep Pods

Sleep pods are small, enclosed spaces designed for individuals to rest or sleep in, often found in airports or other public places. In the video, they are the central theme as the creator explores various sleep pods around the world, aiming to achieve a high sleep score on his sleeping app.

💡Sleep Score

Sleep score refers to a measurement of the quality of sleep, typically tracked by a sleep monitoring app. In the context of the video, the creator is using a sleep app to track his sleep quality in different sleep pods, with the goal of achieving a perfect score.

💡Travel

Travel involves the act of moving from one place to another, often for leisure, business, or other purposes. In the video, the creator is traveling around the world to explore and review different sleep pods in various airports.

💡Airports

Airports are transportation hubs where airplanes take off and land, and passengers can board or disembark from flights. In the video, airports serve as the primary locations where the creator finds and tests out sleep pods.

💡App

An application or 'app' is a software program designed for a specific purpose, often used on mobile devices. In the video, the creator uses a sleep monitoring app to track his sleep quality and score in different sleep pods.

💡Amenities

Amenities are services or facilities provided to enhance the comfort or convenience of a place. In the context of the video, amenities refer to the features offered within the sleep pods, such as work areas, beds, air conditioning, and showers.

💡Cultural Experiences

Cultural experiences involve the exploration and appreciation of the unique customs, traditions, and lifestyle of different places or societies. In the video, the creator's journey to different countries introduces him to the cultural aspects of each location, such as language and local food.

💡Reviews

Reviews are evaluations or critiques of products, services, or experiences, often shared by consumers to inform others. In the video, the creator references both positive and negative reviews of the sleep pods he tries, which influence his expectations and decision-making.

💡Jet Lag

Jet lag is a temporary disorder caused by traveling across time zones, leading to fatigue, insomnia, and other symptoms as the body adjusts to the new time. In the video, the creator experiences jet lag after flying from one country to another, affecting his sleep and daily routine.

💡Capsule Hotel

A capsule hotel is a type of hotel offering small, pod-like rooms for guests to sleep in, often used for short stays and known for their efficient use of space. In the video, the creator stays in a capsule hotel in Zurich, which he describes as a hotel of sleep pods with additional communal areas.

💡Inclusive Design

Inclusive design refers to the practice of creating products, environments, or services that are accessible and usable by as many people as possible, including those with different physical or cognitive abilities. In the video, the creator encounters varying levels of inclusive design in the sleep pods, with some being more accommodating to individuals of different sizes and needs.

Highlights

The narrator's obsession with sleep pods began during a trip to Japan, inspired by their compact and efficient design.

The goal of achieving a 100 sleep score on a sleeping app drives the narrator's journey to try various sleep pods around the world.

The first sleep pod experience was in New York City, costing $33 for a whole night or about $26 an hour.

Amenities provided in the New York sleep pod include a work area, desk chair, futon, Amazon Basics fan, Bluetooth speaker, and a mirror.

Contrasting reviews for the New York sleep pod range from a five-star review praising its affordability and dignity-saving qualities to a one-star review complaining about its tiny size and cleanliness.

The Munich, Germany sleep pod is part of a five-star airport but is known for frequent delays, which may have contributed to the presence of the sleep pods.

The Zurich sleep pod is part of a capsule hotel, offering an overnight stay in a quiet location with a lounge area for snacks and drinks.

The KLM Lounge in Amsterdam offers a luxurious sleep pod experience with a US plug for phone charging and a comfortable, large bed.

The yotel sleep pod at London Gatwick Airport features cool purple lights, a cozy design, and a private bathroom.

Despite the narrator's love for sleep pods, they express a desire to sleep in their own bed without worrying about sleep scores.

The narrator's journey includes trying out a biohacking chair that claims to regenerate cells, but ends up costing them 25 dollars for a 25-minute session.

The narrator's experiences with different sleep pods highlight the variety in design, amenities, and user comfort across different locations.

The narrator's adventure with sleep pods serves as both a personal challenge and an exploration of innovative solutions for travelers needing rest.

The narrator's mixed experiences with sleep pods, from luxurious to disappointing, provide valuable insights for future travelers considering similar accommodations.

The narrator's journey takes them across multiple countries, each with unique sleep pod offerings, showcasing the global interest in innovative travel accommodations.

The narrator's experiences with sleep pods, including both positive and negative aspects, contribute to a broader understanding of their practicality and potential for improvement.

Transcripts

00:00

I developed an unhealthy obsession with

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sleep pods last year when I went to

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Japan maybe it's because I'm a small man

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or maybe it's because they're awesome

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today I'm traveling around the entire

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world to find the best sleep pot on

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Earth and all the ones I'm going to are

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in airports so there's a strong chance I

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miss my flight every single day my goal

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is simple achieve a 100 sleep score on

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my sleeping app I have not been sleeping

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well at home unfortunately so this video

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is kind of an excuse to sleep a lot

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starting with our only sleep pod in

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America First up New York City this is

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the only pot I'm going to in America

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it's $33 for a whole night or about $26

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an hour I walk by these all the time and

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I have no idea what's inside apparently

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it comes with all of these amenities

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which sounds great the only problem is I

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am arriving at midnight hopefully

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someone's working sleep pod number one

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not every sleep pot in the world allows

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you to sleep overnight especially at

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airports however this one does the

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airport is pretty much completely empty

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everyone's going home the sleep pods

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behind me are literally my only hope

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most of the reviews for the sleep pods

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are actually really good but honestly

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they leave me with more questions Taye

01:01

left a five-star review and said I saved

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human dignity with just $33 thank you my

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savior my Saving Grace

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Tay what are you running from and Jack

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left a one-star review saying place is

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incredible tiny it's a box might as well

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sleep on chairs in the terminal shower

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had hair and drain wear flipflops which

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you should always do first of all

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there's a shower second of all that's

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the fanciest spelling of Jack I have

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ever seen regardless I'm going inside I

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walked up and someone was waiting in

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line so I immediately looked at the

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snacks as well as this informational

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video the icons at the check-in desk are

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promising a lot finally I was next in

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line and after giving her my name I took

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a free pen it's really late like I can

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tell both of us are just super tired

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which is why I'm excited to go through

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that door and go to sleep she just went

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through this door and said she was going

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to go check on my

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pod oh she's back awesome I've always

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wondered what these were

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like cool I walked through the back

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rooms of the New York airport and

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stepped into my first sleep pod this is

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sick there are totally other people

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sleeping around me right now it's kind

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of nice I can't see anyone unlike some

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of the sleep pods in Japan I don't even

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know if I would call this a sleep pot

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it's it's a room look at all this stuff

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this place comes with a work area a nice

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desk chair you get this futon that also

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has a pull out bed an Amazon Basics fan

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a Bluetooth speaker there's a mirror in

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here not sure how much I like that a

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monitor with this permanent video of

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water falling on leaves for $33 this is

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crazy the fact that I'm at an airport

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right now is blowing my mind I'm

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scheduled for the shower at 9:30 a.m.

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tomorrow morning which I'm not sure I'm

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excited about I don't own flip-flops

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your boy's in trouble however I want to

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be stinky and sweaty when I take the

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shower so I get my money's worth you

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think what I'm

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thinking let's walk around the airport

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at midnight this is pretty much the only

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time I'll ever be in an airport all by

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myself it's a little Eerie it's kind of

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weird literally no one's here except for

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this lady luckily the only place to buy

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snacks is automated you do have to scan

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your credit card first which is a little

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sketchy this is crazy there's actually

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no one here that means I can do

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something

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crazy I hope there's not security

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cameras I mean how am I going to pick a

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snack out of all of these choices I

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picked up a kind bar some water some

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potato chips and tried to go back to my

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sleep podt I don't know how this works

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do I just

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leave okay okay there's a possibility

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that I just stole this but I don't know

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how to check

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[Music]

03:28

escalators

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airports at midnight are crazy I just

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passed by a couple dudes operating a

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whole Jackhammer nighttime routine in

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the airport I brushed my teeth thinking

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I was alone and then a guy walked in

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well I guess I got to go to sleep at

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some point that was so fun I just had so

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much fun in the airport I've got a big

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journey ahead of me I'm going across the

03:50

world to try to find the best sleep pot

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on planet Earth like I'm going to have

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so much fun I have a shower appointment

03:56

in the morning that I have to wake up

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for good night

04:00

[Music]

04:12

good morning I don't know how this is

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possible but I overslept and apparently

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I still got really bad sleep so that's

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awesome I rushed over to my shower

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appointment and let me tell you for $2

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an hour in the airport this is amazing

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the only thing left to do before

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showering is investigate no hair in the

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drain that's a huge win for Jack and I I

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turned on the water took a shower shower

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and got ready for an extremely long

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[Music]

04:37

flight that's right you are no longer

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watching an American YouTuber I am now

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German it doesn't work like that but

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let's roll with it I'm so jetlagged and

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confused because I stayed up the entire

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time on the plane but now it's 6:00 a.m.

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in Germany and I'm exhausted good thing

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this next sleep pod is super cool our

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next sleep pod is in the Munich Germany

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airport it's a really nice airport and

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the price of this sleep pod is aligned

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with that it's roughly 12 to $18 per

05:00

hour luckily I'm not sleeping overnight

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in this one it's more of a nap because I

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have a flight to catch in 2 hours gut

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and Morgan isn't that exactly what you

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would guess good morning is in German I

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love Europe you guessed it this is the

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next sleep pot nap caps yeah I am

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currently in Munich Germany the Munich

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Airport is insane first of all it's the

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first five-star airport in Europe you

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guys know how much I love five-star

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things however it is known for being one

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of the most delayed airports in the

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world which is probably why this is here

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honestly this sleept actually looks

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looks really nice and here's what Martin

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said what an incredible opportunity to

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nap in the airport super clean quiet

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comfortable what an alternative to

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sleeping in the chairs of the gate the

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gorgeous invention please spread out

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five stars dude I could feel his

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happiness in my bones when I read that

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goodness Martin we're all happy for you

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however kristo said dirty I found stains

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mostly blood on surfaces half of my stay

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was freezing other half burning alive

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and the cleaning crew was shouting

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outside my cabin get out one star okay

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we've got a wide range of experiences

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here I don't know who to trust but I am

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praying that Martin's review is

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accurate all

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right wo so this sleep pot is definitely

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smaller than the last one but this

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mirror isn't this a really big mirror

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it's kind of like a huge mirror to fit

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in a really small space I don't know

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what to do with it what I'm trying to

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say is this sleep pot is smaller but

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here's what comes with it you get a work

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desk with no office chair however

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there's a baby trash can that goes like

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this okay this sleept actually has a bed

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with sheets which is nice you're greeted

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with this large screen that tells you

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how much time you have remaining this is

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like your control panel I want the light

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off W oh it's actually really dark you

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can also set an alarm and adjust your

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air conditioning I'll probably do both I

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love how the cooling options are

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snowflake bigger snowflake or even

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bigger snowflake same thing with the

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fans I've never seen something like this

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but it totally makes sense the best part

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about this sleep pod though privacy

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blind

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[Music]

07:02

yeah all right before I take a nap I

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actually really want to go get some

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breakfast I don't know if you guys can

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tell but I'm super sleep deprived it's

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currently 3:00 a.m. in America and I'm

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just supposed to get my day started I

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haven't slept yet I feel like crossing

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the Atlantic Ocean is so close to being

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time travel but not in a helpful way I'm

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going to go find some German

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[Music]

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breakfast that looks German at a whole

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xer I love the way they spell coffee

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that is so satis Caff so satisfying

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goods and Morgan what would be like a

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German

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breakfast don't have breakfast how about

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a donut vanilla donut and can I get a

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small a cappuccino as well I love saying

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G and

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Morgan I got a dut and a coffee it was

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either this or like a massive sausage

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it's just too early it's just too early

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for that that's really good you might be

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wondering how I'm filming a mirror I'm

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filming with my eyes don't look it up

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all right I'm actually going to try to

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sleep

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[Music]

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now nap complete that's literally my

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worst sleep score ever it's it that's a

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really bad sleep score I'm so tired

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somehow in the last 24 hours I've gotten

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2 hours of sleep but that's okay because

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I'm going to another sleep pod this time

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in Zurich I've always wanted to come to

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Switzerland

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the next sleep pot is special it's

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actually a hotel of sleep pots this one

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is overnight and it's extremely

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expensive but I will say it looks worth

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it soong Munich hello Zurich I'm in

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Switzerland I don't know why but I lost

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my voice a little bit which is really

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convenient because Zurich is actually

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the quietest city in the world that's a

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crazy thing to be number one at I mean

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the airport itself is so quiet

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look at this location imagine just

09:02

stepping out of the airport and entering

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a capsule Hotel based on the pictures

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that I saw online of this place it's

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going to be sick it's going to be so fun

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this one's really neat cuz it's almost

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like a hostel like you have pod mates

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but also there's a lounge with snacks

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and drinks basically it looks sick a

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five-star review from Ramona is in

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German but it translates to the location

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is great the capsule is spacious and has

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enough space there are enough toilets

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and showers available that's Pleasant

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that's a pleasant review and we have a

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one-star review from Primo which is also

09:30

in German and this one translates to a

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little man invinc this hotel I'm 2 m

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tall and I help men like this you you

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help little men or 2 m tall men how big

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is 2 m oh my goodness Remo dude you're

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massive who told this guy he could fit

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in a capsule Hotel see this is why I

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love videos like this this is like my

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Paradise I'm little man and I'm proud of

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it look how cold it is here look at that

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it's cold well it's time to check out

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this sleep

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[Music]

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podt

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[Music]

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all right this Lounge area is so cool

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but where the heck are the Sleep pots

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I'm going to check in I'm bed number 607

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how many beds are in this hotel I was so

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excited when I walked into my pod room I

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feel like I could survive 100 days in

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this capsule Hotel not going to lie next

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Mr Beast video call me

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Jimmy I have arrived to my sleep podt

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this is so fun I think what I love about

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sleep pods especially ones like these

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they really make me feel like a kid

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again I feel like I'm a secret hideout I

10:30

can definitely see why Remo would be

10:31

upset about the size of this place it

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even makes me feel like a giant which is

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very rare like extremely rare for that

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to happen plus look at this

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view that's enough yappen let me show

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you around all right so the Sleep pot

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actually locks which is so cool it comes

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with two hangers for your stuff a towel

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rack a towel bugs for charging a light

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switch another light switch wo that's

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bright it also comes with earplugs one

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fun fact about me that you might not

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know I am the biggest proponent of

10:58

earplugs in the world I'm convinced that

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when I have earplugs in I fall asleep

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five times as fast that's just a theory

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but it's true so that's pretty much it

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for this pod but this is one of the

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sleep pods I actually get to stay

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overnight in and the night is still

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young I'm going to go enjoy all these

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amenities before I go to sleep it's so

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cool in

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here this is such a nice bathroom can I

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buy some cereal of course yeah I got a

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bowl of cereal poured in some

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Switzerland milk I don't think it's that

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different from regular milk but I did

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enjoy my corn flakes that's when I

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decided to do some interviews I'm here

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with Danny what are you doing here at a

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sleept for connection I go to Panama

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tomorrow I visit in one week my family

11:38

in Costa Rica I'm 25% Costa Rican I've

11:41

never been to Costa Rica before I should

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go yes I'm here with Nemo Nemo is this

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your first time in a capsule Hotel no

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I'm here all the time like it's great

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because you can like just stay here and

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then catch an early flight this will be

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my second night stay in here so you like

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it yeah I like it a lot I I more

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emphasized on the accessible from the

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airport what do you think of the size

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what do you think of the experience oh

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incredible in my second time here I like

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I saw a guy a review guy said it's too

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small but he said he's 2 m how many

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meters tall are you

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normally

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two you want to play a game okay let's

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go I offered Danny a game of chess and

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he said no let's play checkers he beat

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me within a minute I went back to my pot

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a loser but that's okay because guess

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what time it is time to sleep she so fun

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let's get that H sleep

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score good

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night I caught my next flight at 5:00

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a.m. to our next country the Netherlands

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I actually love Amsterdam I've got some

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really fond memories here I rode bikes

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around the city ate stoop waffles life

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is good in Amsterdam in fact I actually

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remember this airport pretty well and

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before I go to our next sleep pod aka

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the KLM Lounge seemingly the fanciest

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airport lounge in the world I got

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stopped by a woman who wanted me to try

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her sleep pot should I make picture of

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you oh yeah can you get a photo yeah

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surek try to lay down there if you want

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I can lay down in it yeah that's so cool

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yeah you can try it for 10 minutes first

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a picture

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yeah have try out session for 10 minutes

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is 15 okay but maybe it's better 15

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minutes for 25 5 minutes is really you

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recharge more okay you want it yeah sure

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we call it bioh hacking is very modern

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work but you can say relax recharge or

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but because you have here five therapies

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which can heal your energy without

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medicines so here you have you can show

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it to your wife here you have like a

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life of tree when we start program it

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will change in different colors because

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this Spectre it change our cells in a

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good way really important you can see it

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this is hand

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form wow can we just appreciate the

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master sales tactics of this woman she

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brought B me in for a free demo then

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somehow got me to agree to pay for 15

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minutes and then somehow got me to agree

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to upgrade to 25 minutes did I just get

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scammed we're about to find out so good

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very relaxing well that was interesting

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she was really hyping up that chair she

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was saying it was going to like

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regenerate the cells in my body and

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stuff the only thing that chair did was

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cost me 25 bucks let's go to the real

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sleep pod dang Ryan that's a creative

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shot you got on the auto walk there is