vayishkav bamakom hahu - and he lay down in that place
All the Torah had to werite was "he lay down" just as the Torah wrote "he spent the night there." Why did the Torah add the words "in that place"? The words bamakom hahu are restrictive. The Torah means that all he did in that place was to lie down. But in another place, i.e. at the academy of 'Ever he spent 14 years studying Torah before journeying on to Charan and to Lavan.