Well,technically it's the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport. But by whatever name, it has to be one of the easiest airports to navigate and I love it because it rocks!
Actually the travelers rock, using the wooden rocking chairs provided. No joke. Wooden rocking chairs. . .in an airport?! It was a great introduction to the Southern Hospitality that was to follow during our week long stay in Savannah.
|Savannah/Hilton Head Airport|
Jackie Smith photo, 2010
Asian-themed garden, a lush green oasis in the middle of the airport, provides a last-chance stroll through the tropics for those waiting to board flights.
The shops were so enticing when we landed at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport in October that I actually asked to go there early the next morning to make sure I had shopping time prior to boarding our flight to Seattle. Flower shops sell tulip bulbs in kaleidoscope of colors and quantities and those stores with blue and white porcelain were irresistible. And then. . .while exploring the stores, we discovered the airport's casino. Yes, a real casino, where Joel is already planning to spend his time the next time I go 'shopping'.
All travelers have a supply of airport horror stories. But what about the good airports? Do you have a favorite? Tell us what makes it so. Are there any that you'd like to put in the 'losers' category? Tell us about them below: