Downtown Los Angeles has a new tourist destination.About a thousand feet above the city, a clear glass slide attached to the side of the U.S. Bank building lets riders glide from the 70th floor to the 69th.
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One of the hassles people have to deal with when they travel is waiting in airports. Passenger hubs are among the worst places people want to get stuck in for hours: the seats are definitely not built for sleeping; there are limited options to while away the time
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