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#936472 by Sealink
03 Jul 2017, 16:34
Had access to all oneworld lounges at LHR so decided to use the CX one.

Very nice it was too. They had a table service restaurant (which I didn't use) and a nice selection of wines etc.

Then popped over to BA First where there was a queue! But it was a nice space to spend time.

No sitting in 1A in the nose of a 747 (another thing ticked off my list!) and heading to Vegas baby!

Any tips welcome!
#936483 by hazban
03 Jul 2017, 21:50
Cathay Pacific certainly have some interesting lounges, though LHR Clubhouse takes some beating!
Just returned from Hong Kong where I enjoyed some Lounge hopping to experience what they had on offer. :-P
Re Vegas, my advice keep your money in your wallet, catch some shows, rent a car and discover the area.
Gambling is a mugs game, I speak from past experience! >-(

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