After staying in Brussels for a couple of weeks, it was time to move yet again. This time for giving Prague a second chance, a city I previously visited while horribly sick with a throat infection. Now that summer had come and everybody were on their vacations, I noticed a pretty huge price surge in flight tickets. After searching long, I finally found a pretty cheap flight from the Charleroi airport south of Brussels. Only problem, the flight was due to depart 06:30 and I was staying in a house outside the city.
Basically, my options was to either take a cab for 100€, find an AirBnB in the city (from where shuttle buses went all night) or take the cheap route and sleep at the airport. I was on my final month of traveling and money started running scarce, so I started to check around online how it might be sleeping at an airport. After all, this wasn't anything I've ever done before. Turns out, there is an entire community around it and I was even able to find reviews with tips for sleeping spots in my airport! So without further ado, I decided this could be an experience of its own.
- Fairly clean floor
- Plenty of room on floor
- You're not alone in looking like a hobo
- It's an airport
- Floor is hard
- Guard woke me up at 03:50
Even though I didn't have any equipment prepared whatsoever, I managed to survive the night and get a whole three hours of decent sleep on the floor. Make sure you have something fairly soft to lie on and get a reservation for a chiropractor at your destination.