For most people at the airport, the number one goal is to leave it as soon as possible.
But this, perhaps, should not be. The subsequent time in flight is not the most pleasant anyway. And if you are already sick from the reception, then you should not wait for the carnival further. Thinking hard on these issues, the following air berths were tried to be made as comfortable as possible. Some, it can be said, turned out to be fantastic. In their creation, technologies were used, architectural and design ideas were embodied that could minimize the stressful burden of being at the airport and the flight itself. This meant building an indoor rainforest in Kuala Lumpur or a wave pool in Munich. Let’s see which ones are the most interesting.
John F. Kennedy International Airport (New York, USA)
In the summer of 2015, a fleet appeared on the roof of terminal number five under the control of JetBlue Airways. While lush greens enable people to reduce pressure between flights, it also solves the technical problem for pets. Continue reading
This year, the UAE is celebrating the 45th anniversary of the unification of the emirates of the magnificent Gulf into a single state. Everyone is happy to celebrate National Day on December 2. If you plan to buy a tour to Dubai at a time when it is winter, we suggest you learn a few things that we have learned from our many visits and which you might like to know in advance.
There is life behind skyscrapers
Dubai has an amazing story, and if you dig deeper, then under all this gold, you will find an exciting UAE culture. What did not expect? Let’s start with the markets that are located on the side of the Dubai Gulf – the original heart of the city. Merchants from all over the Middle East came here to sell their products. Here you can haggle over turquoise baubles from Iran, silver treasures from Oman and dates from Saudi Arabia. There is also a special market dedicated to gold – it is worth a visit, even if you are not going to buy anything. Continue reading