Strangest Jobs in the Travel Industry
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Strangest Jobs in the Travel Industry

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Courtesy of Hotel Madeline Telluride

Airport hunters, traipsing through sewers, or clamping down on sandwich-eaters. It’s all in a day’s work for our favorite odd jobs in travel.

The Altitude AdjusterHotel Madeline Telluride, CO

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Having trouble adapting to the thin air in Colorado? Melissa Glenn is one of two designated therapists on hand to soothe you at the new spa resort, with eucalyptus-infused elixirs and pressure-point massages.

Where to Spot Her: Book an oxygen aromatherapy, or reflexology treatment with her at the resort’s Spa Linnea. —Darren Tobia

Strangest Jobs in the Travel Industry

The Altitude AdjusterHotel Madeline Telluride, CO

Having trouble adapting to the thin air in Colorado? Melissa Glenn is one of two designated therapists on hand to soothe you at the new spa resort, with eucalyptus-infused elixirs and pressure-point massages.

Where to Spot Her: Book an oxygen aromatherapy, or reflexology treatment with her at the resort’s Spa Linnea. —Darren Tobia

Courtesy of Hotel Madeline Telluride
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