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r that is not facing the parking lot. High enough that criminals can't just walk in through your balcony window, low enough that you can jump if you have to escape a fire, and away from any pesky car bombs that someone might try to set off. Same rules as in the U.S.-- no opening your room door for strangers,
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count how many doors you have to pass
to reach an emergency exit (could you do this on your knees in the smoke-filled dark?).
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