Smaller airports can provide a much-needed relief for the harried traveler, writes Gerard Ward. He writes that he recently traveled through Tegel airport in Berlin where it took him only a few moments to pass through security. Although smaller airports have fewer restaurants and stores, Ward writes that travelers should appreciate the downtime and take time to relax. "Take the time to appreciate the moment, and relax," he writes. The last thing your colleagues want to hear from you first is about the airport."
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