Air France Salon LoungeLounge • Berlin, Germany
Wifi is now af-klm@txl (Dec 2014)
4sq says I'm a flier.
Seriously, the worst airport with regard to international arrivals.
When arriving at immigration as a foreigner, just keep asking people for "the right line" and you're likely to get a shorter line, particularly if you've been to Saudi before.
A remarkably great lounge. There's even a cooler ice cream and (non-alcoholic) beer.
Be prepared to wait for a very long time at Passport Control. And no, the signs don't mean much. They mean whatever the passport officer wants them to mean.
Watch closely for the many faces of one actor. (No spoiler.)
Don't let the lack of crowd scare you off. It's become my go to place for Indian in central.
Forget Dewey, GovCenter or Harvard Square. This is the original!
International traveler? No overseas SIM card for your 4Sq checkin? Use one of the free WiFi desks.
Duty-free selection of liquor is pretty mediocre if you're a boozehound. Mostly geared to Japanese preferences (lots of Scotch, few Vodkas)
Don't forget your library card. And be nice to the librarians.
Don't forget to check your bag, and don't touch the art!
Lots of Cane's sauce. Not as spicy as normally down south, but still made from illicit chemicals to make it so yummy.
A clean, geometric building by IM Pei.
A small but beautiful work by Eero Saarinen, famous for the TWA Flight Center (Terminal 5) at JFK Airport and the St. Louis Arch.
The exciting residence building by Office dA (now Nadaa) of Boston. Office dA are National Design Award recipients and the former partners are the leaders of UMichigan's and MIT's programs in arch.
One of many buildings by Luis Sert during his time at Harvard. Others include the Holyoke Center.