… whichever one you’re stuck in.  A hilarious (and honest) best and worst airport list is compiled each year by a Canadian travel agent.  (In case my link doesn’t work, www.sleepinginairports.net/best-worst-airports.htm) One of my favorite entries: Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport “smells like feet and broccoli” and “it’s easier to sleep in the engine of a plane than to sleep here.” The worst airport of 2008? Paris Charles de Gaulle. The last time I was there, I was a college student, so a good airport to me back then only needed a bar and a bathroom with toilet paper. Now, as a travelingmom of two, that list has added a third thing: enough seats in the waiting area so we don’t have to sit on the floor like kindergartners.  The best airport of 2008, according to the list? Singapore. I stumbled upon this airport list while checking out this absolutely, freakin’ awesomely funny tent called the Mini Motel (cost: $50, including shipping) designed specifically for those times when you’re trapped at an airport overnight. You just pop it up in the gate area and hit the hay! Have a look-see: 

He looks so comfy!

He looks so comfy!

 I, personally, don’t think O’Hare smells like feet. But I wouldn’t want to camp out there overnight. And even Singapore’s airport would be a nightmare if you’re stuck in it with your kids. Or, at least, my kids. Anxious to hear what you travelingmoms think are the best and worst airports.