A two-hour layover from Chicago to Barcelona, Spain is not passing by as quickly as I hoped it would be. I guess the combination of uncomfortable leather seats, stark and fabricated smells wafting through the vents, and this venti skinny mocha coffee from Starbucks aren’t exactly helping my case. But getting the venti coffee was necessary, and ever since college the concept of a small caffeinated beverage instead of a large is as foreign to me as the city I will be arriving in after this flight. (more…)
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