So it’s official. LGA is a ghetto. Low ceilings, crowded waiting area complete with arcade machines and a wire banging against the window immediately outside where I am typing up this post, it feels… Soviet version of shabby, although I am sure that that’s only because my idea of what is both shabby and Soviet has been perverted by luxury of living in the US (and I am not being facetious, credit: my older badass cousin who took a trip to Uganada to get the linked photo).
But one thing is is positively definitely clear – Boingo is awesome. It’s a service that costs $10 bucks a month and works in pretty much everywhere where people have internet access partnerships. So far: all airports I’ve been at (not too many, but a decent sample) and an occasional Starbucks. I am positively impressed