Fort Wayne Int’l Airport celebrates passengers with food treats
Year-round, Hospitality Hosts at Fort Wayne International Airport (FWA) welcome passengers with a (wrapped) cookie from a nearby bakery. But this week, during Customer Appreciation Week, the airport has been going above and beyond by treating passengers to a different free, fun food each day.
So far, they’ve hosted a popcorn bar, a caramel apple bar, a hot dog bar, and a walking taco bar- with all manner of toppings.
What’s on the menu for Friday?
A coffee and hot chocolate bar with all the creamers, syrups, and toppings that passengers might want to mix and match with their drinks.
Definitely the Airport Amenity of the Week!
Restaurant Week at PHL Airport
If you’re heading to PHL, be sure to study the wide range of menu offerings before you arrive at the terminal. While tax is not included in this offer, a Pepsi beverage is.
Just in time for Halloween – Gargoyles back at DEN Airport
Since 1995, two bronze gargoyles sitting inside suitcases have been on guard in the east and west bag claim areas at Denver International Airport (DEN) trying their best to help baggage arrive safely.
The gargoyles make up an art piece by Terry Allen called “Notre Denver.”
And due to construction in the airport’s Great Hall, one of the gargoyles has been in storage.
Now both gargoyles are back on duty. And we’re hoping that someday the chatty gargoyle (see video below) will return to the airport as well.
Planning 2024 Travel? This Lonely Planet’s list may help.
The world is a big place and it can be overwhelming choosing your next adventure. That’s why the “where to go” lists put out by all sorts of publications and groups can be helpful.
Lonely Planet is early out of the gates for 2024 with its “Best in Travel 2024” list of suggestions across five key categories: top countries, regions, cities, sustainable travel destinations, and best-value locations.
Each category features 10 destinations chosen for their topicality, unique experiences, ‘wow’ factor, and ongoing commitment to sustainability and community. Below is a summary chart of the ‘winners.’
Where have you been? And where would you like to go?
|Western Balkans’ Trans Dinarica Cycling Route
|The Midwest, USA
|Kangaroo Island, South Australia
|Patagonia, Argentina & Chile
|Danube Limes, Bulgaria
|País Vasco, Spain
|The Portuguese Way / Caminho Português de Santiago
|Swahili Coast, Tanzania
|Prague, The Czech Republic
|Saalfelden Leogang, Austria
|Baltic Trails of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania
|Southern Lakes & Central Otago, New Zealand
|Far North Scotland
|Kansas City, Missouri
|Eco-lodges in South Africa
|Night trains, Europe