plays host to my second-favorite airport - The Atlanta Internation Airport. Concourse
s A and B are dedicated to Delta
and affiliated airlines with intra-national flights, concourse
E is start and ending point for many international journeys. The airports main point of oddity, though, is the little subway
which connects the concourses. One descends into the connecting hallway and choses between a horizontal escalator
-type-thing and the aforementioned subway. If one chooses the latter, a stereotypical robot
voice will announce: "Stand back. The doors are closing and will not re-open. - The next stop is concourse _. Concourse _." Oh. And the doors do
If you're traveling within the nation on Delta, you can be fairly certain to pass through concourse B. The food is overpriced, but not as grossly as any independent 'restaurant' in concourse E. If you have the time and don't want to spend much, there's a Pizza Hut and Burger King with regular prices in concourse E, everything else is through the roof. The duty-free is also in concourse E and offers a great way to blow an hour or two gazing at gadgets. The bookstore, though, is forgettable - try the ones in concourse B.