Airport Water Art And Coolest Airport Train

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Airports are designed to accommodate fast moving jets that shuttle the JetSet into and out of major metropolitan areas. Often we frequent flyers talk about the fastest and most convenient ways to get through security, past the traffic and into the comfort of our seats. All the while overlooking some of the more subtle designs that are there to sooth the soul or eye of the weary traveler.

Passengers are in such a rush they often miss the water pageant in Detroit right in front of them. I find it one cool place to chill out in between flights. Here’s is the first part of the show.

After a brief intermission, the show comes back to life water sprouts and even an appearance by one of the coolest airport trains around.

The indoor train in Detroit is always a pleasure to ride. And it’s one of my favorite airport trains in the world to ride.



How often do you stop, look around and take in the experience of travel? What’s the most interesting thing you’ve observed on the road, in the air or just staying stationary in one place?

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  1. You can’t talk about DTW and NOT mention the tunnel connecting the A concourse to the B/C concourse…. It is an awesome combination of light and sound….

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