GUIDE: AIRPORT SURVIVAL
From Boston to Berlin people seem
to be stuck in airports. Blame it on the weather, overbooking or holidays. The cold hard fact is that many of us are spending much more time waiting for the plane than actually being on it.
Here are a few ideas of what to do with all that free time:
•Try and find a quiet space. Many airlines will grant you access to their lounges for a fee starting around $40. Check with your carrier.
•Another option is to purchase one from Priority Pass. which have over 600 lounges worldwide.
•Another such company is loungepass Many of these lounges offer free snacks, drinks and
•For something even more budget friendly why not check out the airport chapel. Chances are you will find a peaceful environment with an even more reflective feel.
•Many airports have adjoining hotels which offer day passes to their gym and pool facilities, these are always worth investigating, not to mention their possibly less crowed bar.
•Airport Spas have been popping up all over the place, and what a welcome they are.
Check out www.traveltowellness.com/airportspas
for a great list.
•Another great resource to have on hand is an airport guide. This will give you a great overview of what exactly is offered in your airport. www.worldtravelguide.net/airport
can tell you exactly where that Starbucks is located!