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Robots make your bed

Well, we’ve had enough warning, what with Brave New World, Robopocalypse, I, Robot, The Naked Sun and more. Our films and televisions are lathered with doomsday predictions of how much longer we have on earth before we’re subjugated by the machines. Some of the hysteria is more like hoo-ha than real science, so we can all chill out for a while.

But, there are countries and places that are taking this quite seriously, and not just in the laboratories. If you want to get a jump on this and impress your friends, hop on a jet to China and visit the flyzoo Hotel. Nearly everything is is electronic and / or automated. The elevators have face recognition so that they can welcome you when you enter the building. Are you salivating yet? We are. And you can stay there right now. Click here to book flights and your space-age room: Expedia can do it all for you.

There’s a lot to do in Hangzhou. You may not have enough time. For example: This iconic lake is the centerpiece of Hangzhou and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visitors can take a leisurely stroll or bike ride around the lake, admire the scenic views, and explore the various parks, pagodas, and temples located around its shores.

Watch the spectacular outdoor performance known as the “Impression West Lake,” which takes place on the lake itself. The show incorporates music, dance, and light effects to showcase the beauty of West Lake and its surroundings. Lingyin Temple: One of the most famous Buddhist temples in China, Lingyin Temple dates back to the 4th century and is renowned for its impressive architecture, serene atmosphere, and intricate Buddhist carvings.

As ever, China’s at the cutting edge of tech. Getting around Hangzhou is simple.

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