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One Stop Closer to Iraq: Priority Pass Vilnius Lounge Review

Narbutas Priority Pass Vilnius Lounge Review is part of the Iraq Homecoming Trip Report.


Does anyone care about the Priority Pass Lounge in Vilnius? I include it in the Iraq Homecoming Trip Report because Vilnius International Airport is where I received my much anticipated boarding pass for Baghdad, Iraq.

a passport and ticket on a piece of paper

For those lounge lovers, here’s a quick review:

Food 

I was impressed by the fresh quinoa salad. The sandwiches weren’t bad either.

a bowl of food with sauce a sandwich in a box

Drink 

The liquor selection was suspect. Unless top-shelf spirits are offered, my days of hard drinks at the lounge are over.

a group of bottles on a tray a refrigerator with bottles of beer and soda

Seating

I don’t know why blog readers demand photos of the seating. Hope these satisfy your seating fetish.

a desk and chair in an office
The executive chair at the entrance.

a room with a wall and chairs a room with chairs and tables

Overall

And that’s the lounge in Vilnius. Now, let’s go to Iraq (via Turkey).

a black building with a glass door
What does narbutas mean? Narbutas is a Lithuanian language surname. It originates from the Lithuanian noble family Narbutai. Where else besides this blog will you receive that insider lounge knowledge?
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4 COMMENTS

  1. If you can described sandwiches on you pic as not bad then I suspect you don’t know much about food. And not to try Devynerior 999 on offer is plain stupid. But then I do find the tone of your blog arrogant. And arrogance goes hand in hand with ignorance. Don’t bother to reply, not likely to visit your idiotic blog again.

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