For The Traveler Abroad, A Flat Of One's OwnKate Murphy
Lying awake at 3 a.m. in a hotel room abroad is a scene woefully familiar to many an international business traveler. With a body clock set for a time zone on the other side of the world, hunger pangs are more likely than sleep in the wee hours. Forget room service; the hotel chef won't pick up a spatula for hours. Getting up to pace the floor is usually out, too, because hotel rooms overseas are typically about as spacious as a shoebox.
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