字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント airport. I don't even know if I'm pronouncing that right right here in Milan. Might have been the shortest airport announcement ever. As sunrise is really beautiful is obviously the first airport up day. Go check in. Now, with in today's airports, I do have a favorite. And at least favorite, this airport isn't really either. It was just a nice airport with cappuccino. Been coming to Europe a lot for work lately, and I've developed a tiny, tiny pet peeve with the European coins. But I don't know how Aiken really show you this. You see this theme? One. Send euro coin. It doesn't make a coin sound when it drops. Here's a 20 year old coin. It sounds like a coin. Japanese five yen coin. Again, It sounds like a coin, But watch what happens when I get to the one sent in to sent euro coins. They just they don't sound right. That's what coin should sound like this. What is that? My favorite little spots in the Milan airport get pizza. Last meal in Italy pretty much has to be pizza saying that we're ranking airports or giving them scores. But if we were this one would probably get somewhere around nine, and a 10 actually has a lot going for it. Aside from being one of the cleaner and more beautiful airports that I've been to, it has a ton of shops. Restaurants. By contrast, the airport in Rome has next to nothing there. So few restaurants in that some. When I get to come through Milan, I'm always a little bit happier. So we're in Moscow now, which, out of all the airports are going to be hitting in the next couple of hours, might be in terms of airport, my least favorite. But there's only really one reason for that. And it's the security check. It's just insane. They don't really have, like, a line or anything get in. So it's total and utter chaos. But other than that, Moscow airport seems pretty nice. They get bonus points for having a T G. I Friday. It's also worth mentioning that this airport doesn't really have easy access to WiFi. And there was a woman in the man's washer, and I'm starting to get the feeling that the Moscow airport is just somewhat chaotic by nature. But in case you've ever wondered, this is what Burger King looks like in Moscow way feels appropriate. That Russian Burger King here. All in all, if I had to give the airport here like a rating, I probably give it somewhere around 4 to 5, maybe six. Just to be nice. Be nice being way too harsh on the Moscow airport. There are definitely worst airports. It's just out of all the ones that we're gonna be hitting today. It's probably not finally in nutty, which, by the way, is not a bad airport. Overall, it's got plenty of amenities. It's got WiFi. But if you find yourself stuck a Terminal three, which is usually for the discount airlines to be quite far to get back to the trains, I would probably give nutty but a seven or eight head of 10 Bye bye. I have to go from 90 the airport all the way to Canada. There is a bus that connects the two airports for people in this situation. I think it's about 3000 yen around $30. You come out of the Rivals Gate in the international terminal in Narita. There's a pretty good chance that a TV show is going approach. It happens to, a lot of people even happen to me. Also, for those who might be passing through, there's a whole bunch of different ways that you get into Tokyo. There's express trains that'll bring him into Tokyo local trains that will bring you in even cheaper, but take a lot longer. There's buses you can even higher car services. There used to be a helicopter. I never got to take the helicopter. So a little bit of a note on Haneda Airport Terminal one is the really beautiful terminal. I'm in Terminal two right now. It's still really nice, but one has this giant, gorgeous wooden bridge, and it's got all the shops and everything to quit. Kind of sucks because where I'm going is gonna be pretty cold. And I was hoping to get some warmer clothes. I definitely didn't. I will give them extra props for being amazingly professional and gentle with all my stuff. Last airport I'm going to is one I've never been to before called its Upper northern Japan, and that's where my next project's gonna start. It's exciting again. Go somewhere that you've never been. We're finally here. There should be staff to pick me up. I don't think I'm actually gonna have a ton of time to check out or enjoy this airport. It's definitely colder out here than it was in Milan, and that's that's five airports in a day for the next couple days. I gotta be hanging out here in Hokkaido, Japan, enjoying the snow and watching people make Stillman.