What to do during a layover?

Depends on the layover, right? Last time we flew, we had four hours in Chicago. I can't believe how well that went, considering we were flying with a young baby.

It's not like you can just pop over to the city. With security as tight as it is, I sure won't leave the checkpoint area to do any sightseeing.

So, a long layover usually means a lot of time spent with a good book, catching up on work, or trying to find a comfortable spot for a nap (not happening).

Well, a ballet troupe traveling through Denver International Airport had another idea—combine their art with the moving walkways in the concourse.

It's gone viral.

The best part? Watching people walk by them in elaborate dance poses like nothing is happening.