I was surfing today for airline news when up popped a very unique website, SleepingInAirports.com. It offers a plethora of advice for travelers wanting to doze off.
In a recent survey the website conducted, travelers entered their two cents voting for the best and worst airports to be stuck in.
On the 10 worst list, I wasn’t surprised to see Los Angeles coming in at number four right behind New York. And this list isn’t U.S. exclusive. Paris’ Chares De Gaulle was number one and Delhi was five out of the worst five.
I also wasn’t surprised that Singapore’s Changi airport was number one on the “Best Airports” list.
Unfortunately, I have found that many U.S. airports including JFK, LAX and Miami are decaying. The terminal ceilings in Miami are leaching water and barely hanging in some areas.
Gate areas at Los Angeles’ Tom Bradly airport are either hot and smelly or freezing cold and smelly. A major revamp is on the drawing board, but given the State’s economic crunch (giving “I owe yous” to welfare recipients) I doubt any reconstruction will happen anytime soon.
When I visit countries like Mexico and find beautiful, modern structures it makes me shutter.
If you’re a travel trivia buff like I am, check out SleepingInAirports.com to see how your favorite or despised airport fares.
Maybe your favorite or worst didn't rank. You can add it in the comment section below.