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In addition to the preparations suggested in other answers, I'd like to add an upright sleeping technique that works well in my experience. Check this guy out: It's a surprisingly comfortable position. I've taken multiple-hour naps on several flights this way. It doesn't require sitting next to the window or aisle, and it doesn't require multiple seats. ...


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Bring a self-inflating camping air mattress such as a Thermarest. Rearrange the luggage on the luggage rack to make sufficient room. 2a. Put some of the bags from the luggage rack on your allocated seat if necessary. Lay your camping mattress on the bars of the luggage rack. Get at least some of the other passengers onside by making light of it (presumably ...


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Leaning against the window. Optionally resting on your hand with elbow against the bottom of armchair. Also, crossing your arms, with your hand tucked into your arm pits, can help to keep warm while sleeping enhancing your resting: then lean to the side of train wall to hold your body. A few more tips: Don't rest with your head on the window, so you won't ...


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Get a Window Seat When I reserve a seat on train (or a plane, for that matter), knowing that I would like to sleep during the journey, I often book a window seat. That way I can lean my head on the window, rather than having it hanging in the void, causing me to wake up every ten minutes as soon as the neck ache kicks in. Moreover I place a ...



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