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No. 10 Baltimore (BWI)

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With the Observation Gallery at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and its hands-on kids’ activities closed for renovations until Spring 2013, younger fliers will have to make do with free Wi-Fi—or visiting an exhibition about the life of Thurgood Marshall, the late civil rights activist and Supreme Court Justice for whom the airport is named. There’s also the usual airport dining fare (from Jamba Juice to Quiznos, mostly on Concourses A and B) and a handful of shops.

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No. 10 Baltimore (BWI)

With the Observation Gallery at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and its hands-on kids’ activities closed for renovations until Spring 2013, younger fliers will have to make do with free Wi-Fi—or visiting an exhibition about the life of Thurgood Marshall, the late civil rights activist and Supreme Court Justice for whom the airport is named. There’s also the usual airport dining fare (from Jamba Juice to Quiznos, mostly on Concourses A and B) and a handful of shops.

Courtesy of BWI Marshall Airport

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