This holiday season, Google has given humankind the great gift of Google Maps within transportation hubs, launching a service that allows over-preparing travelers Street View inside 16 airports, 59 rail stations, and 16 popular points of interest. This is, of course, in addition to the Ikea floorplan maps Google floated a year ago, as well as the Street View tours available for everything from earthquake-ravaged Japan to the canals of Venice. Inspired by Gizmodo, which recently showed off some of the features of the latest perk, here's a peek inside the symmetrical and oddly beautiful-in-a-utilitarian-way airport interiors that just might make the long holiday lines and delayed flights a smidge easier to bear.
· Google Street View Now Shows You the Inside of Airports [Gizmodo]
· All Google Maps posts [Curbed National]