Airport Adventures: Barcelona Reus Airport

by Jordan

you are invited to walk the three kilometres over the scorching tarmac to the terminal to collect your luggage.

"There is no real need to sleep here at Salou unless you decided to travel with more than just your carry-on luggage. Once you disembark your flight, you are invited to walk the three kilometres over the scorching tarmac to the terminal to collect your luggage. Despite the miracles of science, luggage is still unable to walk on its own and as such takes almost two hours to make it to collection. This might be a good chance to sleep off all that booze you drank during the flight, but the only available room is shared with check-in desks, party goers, nasty looking restaurants and a jungle of plastic plants. However the toilets are clean and quiet, so if you're really struggling, you could wait for you luggage in there in there. " 

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