I never went Easter bonnet shopping. But if I did, I’m just not sure I’d want to be waited on by a big bunny.
Photo courtesy Library of Virginia, via Flickr Commons
Keep an eye out for the Easter bunny in airports over the holiday weekend – in all sorts of places.
At London’s Heathrow Airport, the Easter bunny will be handing out treats in the terminals – and there will be bunnies in some coffees.
Four coffee companies, including Costa and Starbucks, are showing off their foam art skills and offering customers an extra treat through March 28.
And here are some Easter snaps from the Stuck at the Airport archives – from JFK and Singapore’s Changi airport.
It’s always a delight to spend a day touring Singapore Changi Airport, which offers a wide array of truly useful amenities and a smorgasbord of entertaining treats.
Here are some snaps taken this week during a 5-mile airport hike that included a stop at Hobbiton, an encounter with a giant Oreo cookie and a view of the airfield from one of the world’s best airport powder rooms.
Stuck at an airport on Easter? If you’re lucky it will be at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, where the flower experts from the famed Keukenhof gardens have arranged a display of long yellow tulips that stretches for almost 100 feet.
These aren’t the only flowers blooming at Schiphol right now. Last week, Keukenhof unveiled a flower garden inside the airport complete with ten thousand purple and white tulips and lilacs in full bloom, a traditional flower stall, and old-fashioned picnic tables where travelers can stop and take in the fragrances and the colors. Nice.