Saturday, April 20, 2019

AA Flagship Lounge JFK: Fine Dining at Its Finest

AA Flagship Lounge Review JFK is part of the TPOL Down Under Trip Report. The start of this incredible journey began at the AA lounge in Terminal 8. Alcohol Warning I have written about this before and it...

Churning Cards? Don’t Let Your Priority Pass Lapse

Priority Pass Lapse is part of the #NoCollusion, No Albania for TPOL where I break my 100 country count mark. See the World Map for where I’ve been. I call out lousy Priority Pass lounges when I encounter them...

Iberia Velázquez Premium Lounge: Good, Not Great

After bobbing and weaving for an hour en route to the lounge, I finally made it. Was it all that it was cracked up to be by other bloggers? Of course, it wasn't.

Priority Pass Lounge San Juan: A Good Start

I've flown out of San Juan airport multiple times. The last time was that terrible flight on JetBlue from SJU-JFK-SEA. This time the flight was direct from San Juan to Madrid flying Iberia business.

Amex Centurion Lounge SEA: Crowded as Duck!

After the flight from SJU-NYC-JFK which was cheap on points but taxing on my health, I finally made it to Sea-Tac the day of the 2018 Freddy Awards.

Virgin Atlantic Lounge London Heathrow: We Be Clubbin!

This lounge is called a clubhouse and for good reason. Like the Costco setup of the Turkish Airlines Lounge in IST, the Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse at LHR is novel.

Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse JNB: Me & Pumba

Are you ready for this trip [report] to end? After the steakhouse overindulgence at Grillhouse JNB, I was. But first, I had to visit the Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse Johannesburg.

Bidvest Lounge Cape Town: 2 Floors of Hors

Over a month ago, I began my trip hungover at the United Club LAX. Many countries, but no Great Whites later, it was time to head home.

SAA Domestic Lounge Johannesburg: Feels International

The flight from DAR to JNB was nothing too exciting. The seats were not lie flat but that did not stop me from sleeping the whole time.

Priority Pass Dar es Salaam: Better Than A Park Bench

After sitting on a park bench at Dar airport all night, I was allowed to go inside the airport. That didn't mean I could get a ticket. The counter took another hour to open. When it finally did, I checked in, passed through security, and made my way to the lounge.
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