Logan Airport

I love it when airports genuinely seem to understand that people find themselves there for long periods of time, and that something like free wi-fi can turn the wait from a hassle into time that is actually productive. For instance, one can post an update like this on their blog.

Of course, Indianapolis International Airport has free wi-fi too. So what else makes Logan Airport in Boston special? The beautiful view from one's plane, and for the lover of seafood, the fact that not every airport in the world has a restaurant like this:



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  • mishlei-adam

    Why are you at Logan. Also, take in Legal Seafood if you get a chance. It is a Boston based company, but they do a very nice job (locals actually eat there).

    • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/religionprof/ James F. McGrath

      I love Legal Seafood. I ate there, and got some take-out, the last time SBL was in Boston. But this time I am on my way to England for the conference on the Mandaeans that I mentioned in several earlier posts.

  • mishlei-adam

    I haven’t had a chance to participate in the blogosphere lately, so I missed those posts. Next time you are in Boston (prp. SBL), I’ll have to show you around. Enjoy the conference.

    • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/religionprof/ James F. McGrath

      Thanks for the kind offer. The next couple of SBLs will be good for seafood lovers too…

  • Bill

    I’ve been through Logan several times. There’s a restaurant I like that’s right next to the security checkpoint for the international gates in terminal E.

    I usually fly Icelandair across the Pond because I like getting off the plane and stretching my legs in Keflavík, and because I’m fortunate to usually be able to afford a Saga Class (business-class) seat. That would be out of the question on other airlines.