Mid-century Airports Across the U.S.

As a 1940s-1970s architecture aficionado, I appreciate a good mid-century building whether it’s a home, apartment complex, museum, church, or even an airport. I’ve had the pleasure of flying into and out of some MCM stunners in the U.S. In addition to being aesthetically beautiful, they recall a different (and admittedly classier) era of flying. Here are a few of my favorite mid-century airports in the U.S

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Five Wise Ways to Pass the Time During a Layover

While taking a trip is typically fun and rewarding, the actual travel part of it can be less so, especially when long layovers are involved. Believe it or not, there can actually be an upside (or several) to having a layover---time is on your side. Here are five wise ways to pass the time when you’re stuck between one destination and another.

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From the Runway to the Rollaway: Four Essentials To Look For in an Airport Hotel

With an early morning flight out of Munich back to the United States, I decided to go with the convenience of the airport hotel rather than something in the city center. I could take the train into town for dinner and still wake up in the morning without having to worry too much about my travel time to the airport. The airport hotel can be convenient for those long layovers or early morning flights. However, not all of these hotels are created equally. Before you book that rollaway after touching down on the runway, make sure that your airport hotel offers these essentials.

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Four Must Have Luggage Accessories

Most travelers have tunnel vision when it comes to luggage. They select a bag and often think they are set to hit the road. However, many travelers forget to dress their suitcases accordingly. From making baggage claim less of a elbowing match to avoiding those overweight fees for a bag that is a too heavy, here are a few must have luggage accessories for a more pleasant journey and suitcase.

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Four Simple Tips For Surviving Busy Travel Days

The busiest travel days of the year appropriately fall on the most inconvenient points on the calendar. The days leading up to Christmas and the days that follow Christmas are forever chaotic travel days, where the airports fill with the masses hoping to get home and the roads clog with families and friends leaving holiday parties. And while it might seem like you need a stiff drink and a whole lot of patience to make it out of a busy travel day, there are several simple things you can do to avoid disaster and catastrophe when it appears the whole world is heading back home from the holidays.

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