I enjoy long layovers, where I can wander leisurely and enjoy the bustle.

Where I can eat at my own pace and look up why Chicago’s airport has the code ORD:

A defunct community just west of Chicago called Orchard Place became the site of a military (and later, commercial) airport called Orchard Field. In 1949, the airport was renamed O’Hare International Airport to honor Edward O’Hare, the U.S. Navy’s first flying ace and Medal of Honor recipient in World War II. Its International Air Transport Association code, “ORD”, remained unchanged.

Sources: History of Airport Codes & O’Hare on Wikipedia