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Met A Space Pod is a space-themed hostel that has space pods for you to sleep in for $60 a night. Inside the space capsule, you will find all the necessities. There’s a smart TV with movies, ring light mirror, desk to do work, a safe with your belongings, and pillows. There are even touch panels to adjust light and air. Get ready to live out your space dreams! Read more…

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