Dear Doctor Usability, My boss makes me fly all over the world to exotic locations. I go to great, interesting places like Shanghai, Mumbai, Paris, Berlin, Seoul, London, Rio, and Sunnyvale. My problem is, all I ever get to see is airports, hotels, and office cubes, which, quite frankly, all look the same. I hate this. How can I get my company to give me more time off to enjoy the flavor of these world-class cities? It is driving me crazy going all over the world without truly experiencing it (except, of course, the dumplings at breakfast in Shanghai…
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