Monday, March 16, 2015

New and Old in Newark Airport

Yesterday, I spent a few hours in Newark Airport awaiting my flight home. It was nothing like the night I had spent there just two weeks earlier.  First of all the weather had warmed up and snow was no where to be found. Flights were mostly on time, too, and there wasn't an epidemic of cancelled ones.

We're in the 21st Century, which is pretty obvious. Garbage cans are like preschool toys. Fit the correct garbage into the right hole:
"PAPER"
"PLASTIC"
"ALUMINUM PANS"
OK, this can has seen better times. Letters are already missing. OK, it isn't 2001 anymore... 


Electric cart being charged!


There was one "old-fashioned" machine, a public telephone. Not everyone has a phone that can be used in the USA, so although I didn't see anyone using these, there are available.


2 comments:

Jena said...

Can you tell me which Terminal the pay phones were in?

Batya Medad said...

The same terminal had flights to Israel and Arizona and LA.