Flights in and out of Logan Airport have been cancelled by the blizzard. That, no surprise, left some travelers stranded.

Muarem  Smailm and his cousin journeyed from Macedonia to Turkey, and then arrived in Boston in the midst of a blizzard.

“We landed like 6:00 last night,’ said Smailm, “and then we tried to get the bus, from 7:00….Peter Pan bus from Boston to New York. And when we went there, everything is shut down.”

They tried to get a train, but Amtrak wasn’t running.

Smailim continued, “So we tried to find a hotel, but then we find out the hotel is very expensive for last night, and we decide to stay at the airport.”

It was not a very good night.

“It’s tough, you know, it’s not easy to sleep on these chairs. So then we try to get a little rest, you know. Like two hours rest.”

The hours dragged on, and there wasn’t much to do. And things weren’t looking any better today, with the storm still raging, so his brother said he’s driving up from New York to pick him up.

“It’s going to be a hard drive, but it’s harder to stay another night here,” Smailm said laughing.

Not everybody’s getting out in just one night.  Masrur Nazari, a student at City University of New York, arrived Monday night from Paris, where he had an internship. He wound up sleeping at Logan, because he says he just doesn’t like hotels.

“No, I’d rather stay at the airport,” Nazari said.

But while the plows were busy outside, in the terminal hour after hour, not much happened. Nazari occupied himself watching Netflix, popping wheelies in the wheelchairs, and working out the finer points of riding luggage carts through the empty terminals.

Nazari offered a tutorial: “So I just put my legs on the carts, just pull myself around. Entertainment.”

Nazari said it’s not the first time he’s had to spend the night at an airport, but Logan’s the best he’s seen, since it has free WiFi and a 24 hour Dunkin Donuts.  But he says his seemingly positive attitude disguises how he really feels.

“Oh no, I’m pretty much dying inside. (Laughs.) I just came to peace with it, so I’m just accepting the fact that I’m not going to fly out any time soon, and I don’t know Boston, I don’t want to go out in the snow, and I don’t want to go to a hotel.”

It’ll be another night of Netflix and riding luggage carts before Nazari is on his way.

MassPort officials say the earliest any flights are expected to leave Logan will be late Wednesday morning.