Wednesday, October 20, 2010


If you are flying, Reagan National Airport is the quickest and easiest way to get into or away from Washington D.C.  My parents often drove us to the single small terminal to pick up visiting relatives.  Sometimes we could stand on the tarmac, behind a short chain link fence, and watch the planes land and taxi right up the runway to us.  Today it is much larger, with A, B and C terminals.  METRO is DC's version of MARTA, and it is the best way to get to Reagan.  Of course TSA keeps you very much inbounds. 

Mary and I flew out of Reagan last Monday.  The terminals were very crowded but the inter-terminal promenades were practically empty.  We took some time to regard this travelers’ rest alcove and to admire the wide screen view from the rocking chairs.

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