The holiday travel season is upon us, which means it doesn't hurt to be prepared for layovers, bad weather, and crowds. So what cities are the best — and the worst — to be stuck in if you're dealing with a travel delay? The site Lawn Love ranked 128 cities to determine the best and worst cities for long layovers. They looked at each city's average departure delay times, as well as amount of delayed and canceled flights. They also weighed which cities are easy to reach from the airport and what the cities offer for fun that isn't too expensive. The best cities had plenty to do if you get stuck, while the worst cities may not have many delays, but also not much to do. Here are the five best and five worst.
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