Traveling 101 Essay

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The way of the melancholy airport for the traveler is a thing of the past when it comes to Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County and Philadelphia International. Imagine flying into a new airport to find small wonders while making the way to the next plane, or enjoying the amenities while killing time when there is a long layover. Both of these airports are where to have these transitions.
While booking a trip you might want to keep in mind what the needs are and time allotted for both, Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County and Philadelphia International. Each airport will have different attractions too see, shopping experiences, restaurants for that quick bite, ease of transitioning between ...view middle of the document...

This is when perusing the shops for that perfect gift can become more of a chore than a convenience due to time restraints and/or price of the item.
Philly has a shopping mall between the B and C terminals that could make any shopaholic jump with joy. There are more stores in this area than is at the Bangor Mall with prices the same as you would find offsite. There are actually signs about the airport that says if you can find an item cheaper elsewhere then the shop will match the price. Along with the shopping mall there are intermittently located stores throughout the terminals for travelers’ convenience when there is a shorter layover.
When dinner time comes while at the airport, Detroit has many national chains to choose from and a smaller varity. Chick-Fil-A, Starbucks, the greasy fast food, and a few sit down restaurants is what you’ll find. In all honesty it’s like going out to eat around the mall area.
For local flair foods and more diversity Philly is it. The choices of where to eat can be overwhelming between seafood, Italian, Mexican, Asian, and local tastes to name a few. There’s a Philly Cheesesteak place that is a small piece of heaven. The sandwich has so much meat, onions, and savory sauce that making a mess is inevitable with a taste so flavorful that you would make yourself miserably full when eating the last bit...

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