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Meanest Piece of Airport Graffiti Ever?

by Zach Everson. Posted Nov 6th 2013 02:53 PM
Gotta wonder how many travelers at this unidentified airport have jammed their iPhone charger into a sticker. Reddit user win-ini posted this image yesterday, which has led to almost 1,286 comments, largely about charging gadgets at airports. The post was later edited to say the sticker was a piece of guerrilla marketing. If so, guerrillas 1, travelers 0.
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The Way of Kindness: The Kindness of Dangers

by David Farley. Posted Sep 25th 2013 02:30 PM
Crowd on Tung Choi Street (Ladies Market).
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"I only travel to safe places," Ernest told me. I wanted to ask what he meant by that, but he continued. "No Egypt, no Mexico, no Russia. Hell, I didn't even feel safe here on the subway in Vancouver."

I had struck up a conversation with Ernest when I sat next to him in my hotel lobby, waiting for my room to be cleaned so I could check in. Before I could ponder why he'd compare Vancouver to, say, Ciudad Juarez in Mexico or Cairo, he added, "Now China, there's a place I wanted to go. But Berta here" -- he nodded over to his wife -- "she put the eighty-six on that one."
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The 8 Best Airports to Get Stuck In This Summer

by AOL Travel Staff. Posted Jun 20th 2013 04:00 PM
Welcome to New York

By Bruce Watson, DailyFinance

On Monday, food website Food Republic ran its list of the six best airports when it comes to edible attractions. On the surface, this seems a little silly: after all, who goes to an airport to eat? Then again, between the already-long airport waits and the ongoing effects of sequestration, interminable delays in the terminal have become the norm. Regardless of where you're planning on heading for your vacation, chances are that you'll be spending a chunk of it waiting for a flight.
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Nebraska Storms Close Omaha Airport Twice, Damage Planes

by AOL Travel Staff. Posted Aug 19th 2011 08:45 AM
Powerful storms showering baseball-size hail twice closed the Eppley Airfield in Omaha, Nebraska, and forced the cancellation of flights Thursday.
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The "Sleepbox" Makes Airport Dozing More Comfortable

by AOL Travel Staff. Posted Aug 15th 2011 09:00 AM
A Moscow airport eager to cater to tired travelers has installed the "Sleepbox," a modular dorm room, in a terminal so travelers can get a little shut eye while waiting for the final boarding call.
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