A few weeks ago, I posted about the business lounge at Heathrow.
Basically, I said that WE LOVED THEM. Finding ourselves sitting, sipping beer at 8am was a bit of a surprise, but it was a brilliant start to a brilliant weekend.
After we returned home, I decided to check out the cost of airport lounges. I worked out that we would normally spend around £15 per person on water, snacks and magazines before a flight and, at Lounge Pass, discovered that the No. 1 Lounge at Heathrow Terminal 3 cost £30 per person. So, as expected, it didn’t really make financial sense.
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Do you remember last week when I spoke about much I LOVE flying? Well today I love it even more!
For some completely unknown reason, we ended up traveling to and from St Petersburg in ‘Club Europe’. It transpires that we actually booked this but neither of us remember doing that and the prices didn’t seem to reflect it. So it felt just like a free upgrade!
It is only in the last few years that I have stopped hating long-haul flights. I think it was the boredom that I found really frustrating. And being so uncomfortable that you can’t possibly fall asleep. I would end up feeling so tired and irritable that even the films available didn’t have a chance of cheering me up. Add in an abysmal meal and that probably explains my hatred.
So what changed? Because in the last few years I’ve come to quite enjoy long-haul flights – which probably isn’t a bad thing, having spent 23 hours on three different flights to travel from Hoi An to Heathrow last year.
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