While I’m sad and somewhat ashamed to admit that I’ve personally never had In-N-Out, I’ll be honest — I heard the burgers are like a taste of Heaven on a plate. I’ve never been to California, where these juicy burgers were born, but I have had dreams of biting into one for as long as I can remember. If you didn’t already know, there is an In-N-Out restaurant about a half of a mile from the LAX airport. So that means whenever you have a long layover, or you are arriving from a lengthy trip that’s got you craving one of these bad boys, there is nothing standing in your way. If it weren’t for the highways and roads blocking you from the short distance of this restaurant, you could probably walk.

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Our fellow food lovers at HuffPost Travel have discovered something crucial to navigating around this obstacle, however. There is now a free shuttle service that takes you right from the terminals to In-N-Out. That’s right, you read correctly:FREE. You have a free ride to Heaven here at LAX. Okay, so maybe I exaggerated a little. The free shuttle is technically for bringing passengers to the parking lot across the street, so that they could get back to their car. But really if we are being technical here, doesn’t that mean that this included service should be able to be used for whatever flyers want? They are the customers aren’t they? I don’t know about you, but the next time I book a flight to the West Coast I am going to keep LAX airport strongly in the back of my mind.



Have you ever used the LAX shuttle to go to In-N-Out?


Shane Autumn is currently a senior at The University of Tampa, pursuing a degree in Communication, a minor in Spanish, and a certificate in International Studies. When this travel-obsessed, adventure junkie isn't out exploring the world, she can be found feeding her unhealthy addiction to chocolate chip cookies. Shane Autumn is an avid human rights and animal activist, and plans on starting her own non-profit organization someday.



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