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Tired of travel? Book a "Napcab"

2008-08-25 05:54:00 GMT2008-08-25 13:54:00 (Beijing Time) Xinhua English

A sleeping cabin, or so-called "Napcab" is pictured at Terminal 2 of Munich's airport Aug. 22, 2008. The approximately 2.50 x 1.40 metre small sleeping and working cabin offers a bed, desk and Internet access. The "Napcabs" were developed by five students participating in the 2007 Innovation Competition held by Munich University of Applied Sciences, for travellers to spend their airport transfer times as pleasantly as possible. To book the cabins cost 15 euros for the first 15 minutes and four e

Sleeping cabins, or so-called "Napcabs" is pictured at Terminal 2 of Munich's airport Aug. 22, 2008. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

A sleeping cabin,or so-called "Napcab" is pictured at Terminal 2 of Munich's airport Aug. 22, 2008. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

A sleeping cabin, or so-called 'Napcab' is pictured at Terminal 2 of Munich's airport Aug. 22, 2008. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

A sleeping cabin, or so-called 'Napcab' is pictured at Terminal 2 of Munich's airport Aug. 22, 2008. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

The approximately 2.50 x 1.40 metre small sleeping and working cabin offers a bed, desk and Internet access. The "Napcabs" were developed by five students participating in the 2007 Innovation Competition held by Munich University of Applied Sciences, for travellers to spend their airport transfer times as pleasantly as possible. To book the cabins cost 15 euros for the first 15 minutes and four euros for every next quarter of an hour. One nights stay from 10pm to 7am costs 60 euros.

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